Poet Laurie Lee was born in 1914 in a small Cotswold village and grew up during a time of change when the rural traditions of past centuries were being swept aside in the path of twentieth-century progress. His autobiography Cider with Rosie, a poetic evocation of his childhood, has become a modern classic both in the United Kingdom and in America and is here imaginatively adapted for the stage by James Roose-Evans.
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A wonderfully vivid memoir of Laurie Lee?s childhood and youth in a remote Cotswold village.From the Back Cover:
“One of the great writers of the twentieth century.” -- Independent
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