3 edition of "Where have all the cowslips gone?" found in the catalog.
"Where have all the cowslips gone?"
Originally published, London , Bishopsgate, 1986.
|Statement||edited, compiled and with an introduction by Venetia Murray ; foreword by the Viscount Weymouth (Alexander Thynn).|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||217|
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Venetia Murray worked as a journalist, writing for many major periodicals and newspapers, and published three novels before concentrating on social history. "Where have all the cowslips gone?": Wessex memories.
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