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Vicar on December 27th, 2011

For Ronald Blythe, an apple brings to mind Christmases past NOT a madeleine, but a pale-yellow spotty apple from a Cornish garden. A fat cooker that no self-regarding supermarket would stock, but which, for me, belongs to the epulae (feast) shelf. A poet friend, James Turner, planted this apple long ago, made this garden, hid […]

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Vicar on December 19th, 2011

Ronald Blythe is impressed by a poet’s entry into ‘heaven’ THE entrance of Ted Hughes to Poets’ Corner last week took me back to when he and I, and that remarkable Dean, Michael Mayne, himself a good writer, placed a memorial to John Clare in that crowded spot. After Clare, authors went up on the […]

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Vicar on December 14th, 2011

Ronald Blythe is taken back in time by a whiff of turps and garlic THE historian or the naturalist views a place with maybe a knowledge that casts either a cloud or a brightness that even its residents lack. Thus myself shopping in Hadleigh, Suffolk (there is a Hadleigh, Essex), the day darkening because of […]

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