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Vicar on February 28th, 2011

Ronald Blythe recalls his meeting with a formidable crime-writer ANTONY arrived all the way from Pickering, and the following day, knowing his passion for sites, which is so like my own, I asked: “Where would you like to go? What would you like to see?” And quick as a flash he said: “Dorothy L. Sayers’s […]

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Vicar on February 22nd, 2011

Ronald Blythe comes out in support of ivy – what ever may befall FORGET the economy: the big question is: can I say at St Andrew’s this Sunday what I said at SS. Peter and Paul last Sunday? Would this be I sloth, or a fair distribution of genius? The white cat sits in the […]

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Vicar on February 12th, 2011

Ronald Blythe recalls the potent symbol of a plough in church A RESIDUAL DEVOTION to, usually, some abandoned rite hangs around in the village memory. Little that takes place in the fields these days rings a bell in church. Barry the ringer told me how he found himself in the real world at a Plough […]

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Vicar on February 8th, 2011

The economic news gives Ronald Blythe a Janeite moment I FIND myself thinking of Jane Austen. She did so like “nice muggy weather’. Birds wheel indistinctly in the bare trees, and the white barn swims in the near distance. I think of her tomb in Winchester Cathedral. No mention of her novels, of course; only […]

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