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by Dorothy Hartley
Author: Dorothy Hartley
Publisher: J. Norman; 3rd edition (1980)
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Dorothy Rosaman Hartley (4 October 1893 – 22 October 1985) was an English social historian, illustrator, and author. Daughter of a clergyman, she studied art, which she later taught. Her interest in history led her into writing
Dorothy Rosaman Hartley (4 October 1893 – 22 October 1985) was an English social historian, illustrator, and author. Her interest in history led her into writing. Among her books are six volumes of The Life and Work of the People of England, covering six centuries of English history. She is best known as the author of the book Food in England, which has had a strong influence on many contemporary cooks and food writers.
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The Countryman's England. My mother's name was Dorothy Hartley and I have a sister with that as her maiden name. I read all of the books out of curiosity and enjoyed them very much.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781446508374. Release Date:November 2010. Food in England: A complete guide to the food that makes us who we are. Dorothy Hartley.
Dr Lucy Worsley retraces the life of Dorothy Hartley and her seminal book Food in England. Food in England - pictures from the world of Dorothy Hartley.
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Hartley was a travel writer, illustrator and cook best known today for her classic Food in England, which has remained in print since its publication in. .Hartley captures a rural way of life that was already dying when she was writing.
Hartley was a travel writer, illustrator and cook best known today for her classic Food in England, which has remained in print since its publication in 1954. Much of the material first appeared in her weekly columns for the Daily Sketch from 1933 to 1936 and 65 of these, together with some of the author's evocative photos, have been collected in this book.