James Herriot's Yorkshire Revisited

James Herriot's Yorkshire Revisited

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James Herriot lived and worked in North Yorkshire for over fifty years, first and foremost as a veterinarian but also, in his later years, as one of the world’s most successful authors. In James Herriot’s Yorkshire Revisited, extracts from James Herriot’s eight phenomenally successful books about life as a vet are elegantly paired with never-before-seen photographs of the landscape by Derry Brabbs, who provided the images for the celebrated James Herriot’s Yorkshire (1979).

These vignettes of Herriot country describe scenes ranging from spring in the lush, lamb-sprinkled valleys, to desperate journeys across snow-laden winter moors. This book is a wonderful reminder of James Herriot’s immensely readable prose, and the superb accompanying photographs are an eloquent demonstration that little has changed in this beautiful corner of England.

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : McClelland & Stewart Inc, c1999
ISBN: 9780771041020
Characteristics: 184 p ; cm


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Jan 05, 2019

Some beautiful photos in there, along with text from his works. It makes me really want to go there!

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