Seen from a windmill: a Norfolk Broads revue

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    Miller, Drew [Author]

    Publisher Heath Cranton Ltd.
    Year of publication 1935

    English (main text)

    Medium Book

    Arts, culture and heritage
    Wind & watermills by Region > England > Norfolk

    Scope & contentAuthor Drew Miller retired to Norfolk in the 1920's and converted the derelict drainage mill, Dydall's (Dydler's) Mill, at Hoveton St. John into a home. On top of the mill he built a glass studio in which he could paint and write. Trained as an American journalist with an ear for an amusing story, he also spent a lot of time at the theatre. This book is a series of short sketches similar to a theatrical revue where the characters reappear in different stories but with a romantic tale running through the book. He captures the humour and spirit of native Norfolk River people and the visitors who spend their time there.
    KeywordsNorfolk, People, Fiction & poetry

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    Accession no. 229162

    • Shelf location: C103.19-MIL
    • Notes: Dust jacket