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Cider with Rosie is a vivid memoir of childhood in a remote Cotswold village, a village before electricity or cars, a timeless place on the verge of change. Growing up amongst the fields and woods and characters of the place, Laurie Lee depicts a world that is both immediate and real and belongs to a now-distant past.

As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning written by Laurie Lee performed by Laurie Lee on CD (Unabridged)

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ISBN:  9780753107287
Genre - Main:  Non-Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Autobiography
Duration:  470 mins
Length:  Unabridged
Author:  Laurie Lee
Narrator 1:  Laurie Lee
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As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning is the moving follow-up to Laurie Lee's acclaimed Cider with Rosie Abandoning the Cotswolds village that raised him, the young Laurie Lee walks to London. There he makes a living labouring and playing the violin. But, deciding to travel further a field and knowing ...

only the Spanish phrase for 'Will you please give me a glass of water?', he heads for Spain. With just a blanket to sleep under and his trusty violin, he spends a year crossing Spain, from Vigo in the north to the southern coast.

Only the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War puts an end to his extraordinary peregrinations . . .

He writes like an angel and conveys the pride and vitality of the humblest Spanish life with unfailing sharpness, zest and humour' Sunday Times

There's a formidable, instant charm in the writing that genuinely makes it difficult to put the book down' New Statesman

A beautiful piece of writing' Observer