LAURIE LEE – AS I WALKED OUT ONE MIDSUMMER MORNING

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LAURIE LEE – AS I WALKED OUT ONE MIDSUMMER MORNING

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First US edition, third printing, Atheneum, 1969.

Portions of this book originally appeared in The New Yorker, As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning is a memoir of the poet Laurie Lee, a sequel to the book 'Cider With Rosie', begins with the June day when Laurie Lee, aged nineteen, left his Gloucestershire village and set out for London to seek his fortune. It follows his journey earning money playing violin on the streets of London, and moving to Spain as a travelling musician, sleeping in fields and olive groves. Lee talks of his experiences as the Spanish Civil broke out...

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Condition: Very good+, some fading and minor tear to dust jacket, slight lean to spine