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Signalling From Mars: The Letters of Arthur Ransome (1997)

by Arthur Ransome, Hugh Brogan (Editor)

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Ransome in large part lived through his correspondence, writing letters as easily as people nowadays make telephone calls. Brogan provides a selection of these letters which he describes as reader-friendly rather than definitive.
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Arthur Ransome belonged to that world we have lost in which nothing was more natural, commonplace and necessary than the writing and receiving of letters. (Introduction)
All visitors to the Kremlin in Moscow will agree, one of the most impressive sights in the fortress is the Great Bell, so tall and heavy that it cracked during its casting and could never be rung.
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