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By Murray, Walter J. C.; Introduction by Winn, Raynor
In the 1920s Walter Murray rented a derelict, remote cottage in Sussex, without running water or electricity. Most of the windows were broken, it was dirty and dark. For the next year, he made his home there, making a living from drying and selling herbs. Copsford is his account ...of that year, a book that bears comparison to Thoreau's WaldenRead more
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