Tag Archives: Anglo-Saxons

A Hundred Walks

No, not 100 walks, but walks across, around and through an English hundred. This is something I began last summer, source of the flower photos I posted (see also The Confusing Case of the Norman Arches), and intend to resume … Continue reading

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Shall We Meet On The Hilltop

‘Shall we meet on the hilltop, where the four roads meet…’ So sang Marianne Faithful in The Witches Song on her 1979 album, Broken English. The song wasn’t of witches but of the women’s protest community at Greenham Common. And this post … Continue reading

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English? Non, il est français

The English language: Is it Angln-ish? Or is it French? Right. Now I’ve grabbed your attention, I’d best explain what I mean by ‘French’. What I don’t mean is all that silver plate and Come on, Sapphire stuff. [s’il vous plaît and comment … Continue reading

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