The Girl Green as Elderflower
Taplinger Publishing Company, 1984 - 149 pagina's
Recovering from a recent nervous breakdown, Crispin Clare returns to his ancestral home in England where, turning to writing as a form of therapy, the distinctions between past and present, myth and reality, slowly dissolve
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