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A Few Green Leaves Barbara Pym

A Few Green Leaves By Barbara Pym

A Few Green Leaves by Barbara Pym

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Emma Howick, an aspiring anthropologist, chooses to settle in a country community in the heart of England, with a view to researching a study on The Social Patterns of a West Oxfordshire Village. She soon finds herself inextricably caught up in the lives of her new neighbours.

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About Barbara Pym

Barbara Pym, who died in 1980, spent the last years of her life in an Oxfordshire village, sharing a small cottage with her sister. Between 1950 and 1961 she published six novels. After a gap of sixteen years, publication of 'Quartet in Autumn' in 1977 was treated as a major literary event, as was her next novel, 'The Sweet Dove Died'. Four more novels were published posthumously, as was 'Civil to Strangers', a collection of writings including one complete novel and sections of three others.

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A Few Green Leaves by Barbara Pym
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