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It Was the Nightingale by Henry Williamson
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It Was the Nightingale (edition 2011)

by Henry Williamson (Author)

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Title:It Was the Nightingale
Authors:Henry Williamson (Author)
Info:London: Faber, 2011
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In Volume 10 of Williamson's famous "A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight" series Phillip is now married to Barley, and they visit the battlefields of France together, though Philip is convinced this is an area of his soul she will never know. Then they move to Devon, where Philip determines to become a writer. But his life is once again in upheaval when Barley dies in childbirth. The young Billy brings him comfort, but he also turns to Barley's cousin, Lucy, for comfort. But can she give him the space in which to write?

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