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Ask the fellows who cut the hay

George Ewart Evans

Ask the fellows who cut the hay

by George Ewart Evans

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Published by Full Circle Editions in Framlingham, Woodbridge, Suffolk .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGeorge Ewart Evans ; watercolours & drawings by David Gentleman
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA690.B634 E9 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination270 pages, 1 unnumbered folded leaf of plate :
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25193577M
    ISBN 109780956186928
    LC Control Number2010497580

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He wrote a series of books examining the disappearing customs and portraying the way of life as it had been in rural Suffolk. "Ask the Fellows who Cut the Hay" is probably his best known book. The publication of his books gave him deserved recognition as a pioneering oral historian/5(11).

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A classic picture of the rural past in a remote Suffolk village, revealed in the conversations of old people who recall harvest customsCited by: Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay is a vivid portrait of the rural past of Blaxhall, a remote Suffolk village, in the time before mechanisation changed the entire nature of farming, the landscape and rural life for good.

In the s, George Ewart Evans sought out those who could recall the nineteenth-century customs, crafts, dialects, tools, smugglers' tales and rural beliefs which had endured from the.

Ask the Fellows who Cut the Hay. A classic picture of the rural past in a remote Suffolk village, revealed in the conversations of old people who recall harvest customs, home crafts, poetic usages in dialect, old farm tools, smugglers' tales, and rural customs and beliefs going back to the time of Chaucer.

Jul 01,  · Allen & Unwin is Australia's leading independent book publisher and has been voted "Publisher of the Year" thirteen times including the inaugural award in and eleven times since Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay - George Ewart Evans - - Allen & Unwin - Australia.

Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay David Gentleman. A classic picture of the rural past in a remote Suffolk village, revealed in the conversations of old people who recall harvest customs, home crafts, poetic usages in dialect, old farm tools, smugglers’ tales.

In Ask The Fellows Who Cut The Hay, though first published inEwart Evans uses the personal testimonies of the village to bring to life the era of the horse and cart. We meet the shepherd Robert Savage, his wife Priscilla, two old farmers, one Henry Puttock, a bell ringer, and Katie Messenger who cleaned the school and cared for its children.

Aug 27,  · Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay by George Ewart Evans is a classic picture of the rural past in a remote Sussex village. About the Author Born in the mining town of Abercynon, South Wales, George Ewart Evans () was a pioneering oral historian/5(33).

Aug 27,  · Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay is a vivid portrait of the rural past of Blaxhall, a remote Suffolk village, in the time before mechanization changed the entire nature of farming, the landscape and rural life for good.

In the s, George Ewart Evans sought out those who could recall the nineteenth-century customs, crafts, dialects, tools, smugglers' tales and rural beliefs which had /5(33).

Apr 05,  · About the Book Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay is a vivid portrait of the rural past of Blaxhall, a remote Suffolk village, in the time before mechanization changed the entire nature of farming, the landscape and rural life for cheathamhillelementary.com: George Ewart Evans.

Aug 31,  · Ask the Fellows That Cut the Hay. 4 Extra Debut. Alan Dein celebrates George Ewart Evans, who created a tradition of oral history in the UK by recording fireside chats. From April In this week's Archive On Four, historian Alan Dein celebrates the centenary of his mentor George Ewart Evans, collector of Suffolk farming tales.

The exhibition takes its name from “Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay”, a book by George Ewart Evans that classically pictures rural life in a remote Suffolk village. For the artists, and. Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay by Evans, George Ewart and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at cheathamhillelementary.com Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

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TY - JOUR. T1 - Ask the fellows who cut the hay: farm practices, oral history and nature conservation. AU - Riley, M. PY - Y1 - N2 - This article considers the value of oral history to today's discussions of nature cheathamhillelementary.com by: 9.

Ask the fellows who cut the hay. [George Ewart Evans] -- George Ewart Evans, a Welsh writer with a young family, on arriving in the remote Suffolk village of Blaxhall inbegan talking to the locals and recording their recollections for the BBC.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): cheathamhillelementary.com (external link) http Author: M. Riley. He then began to write, first stories, poetry and film scripts for the BBC, and then writing a book about the people of the village of Blaxhall.

This work (Ask The Fellows Who Cut The Hay) was, after many rejections, published by Faber and Faber inand the same house published the ten further books of similar character which Evans wrote over the next three decades.

Rent textbook Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay by Evans, George Ewart - Price: $A collaboration between Cat Auburn and Estella Castle, recreating John Constable's painting The Hay Wain () at Flatford Mill in Suffolk, UK.

Listen to an interview with Cat Auburn here. Installation Shot: Ask the Fellows who Cut the Hay, Suter Gallery ().Photo by John Paul Pochin.After many rejections, Ask the Fellows That Cut the Hay was eventually published by Faber and Faber in It was the first of a series of 11 books, which Evans would complete over the next three decades, making him a cult figure at a time of mass mechanisation.

Stay in Blaxhall today, in the heart of the countryside that inspired Evans' work.