By Sylvia Townsend Warner
This, arguably Sylvia Townsend Warner's so much luminous selection of tales, was once first released in 1966 and comprises 'A Love Match', hailed through the Los Angeles Times as 'a excellent instance of her technique.' it's the story of Celia and Justin Tizard, sister and war-scarred brother, whose unusual closeness turns into the controversy of a small English village.
'Sylvia Townsend Warner was once some of the most gifted and well-respected British authors of the 20 th century. this day she is shamefully under-read. Her brief tales were fairly overlooked - and but, clever, lyrical, superbly crafted, they represent the various absolute best of her paintings. it truly is significant to determine such a lot of of them being made to be had back via Faber Finds.' Sarah Waters
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A Stranger With a Bag: And Other Stories (Faber Finds) by Sylvia Townsend Warner