Small Talk at Wreyland – Third Series

This vintage book contains the third series of Cecil Torr’s 1918 work ?Small Talk at Wreyland?, a fascinating exploration of the history of South Devon, England in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It contains extracts from family letters, documents, and anecdotes which offer insight into a vast range of social, political, and religious issues through the day-to-day life in his village, Lustleigh, located on the edge of Dartmoor. This wonderful, illustrated book is highly recommended for those with an interest in the history of Devon and rural English life in general. Cecil Torr (1857?1928) is a British author and antiquarian. Other notable works by this author include: ?Memphis and Mycenae? (1896) and ?Ancient Ships? (1895).

This vintage book contains the third series of Cecil Torr’s 1918 work ?Small Talk at Wreyland?, a fascinating exploration of the history of South Devon, England in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It contains extracts from family letters, documents, and anecdotes which offer insight into a vast range of social, political, and religious issues through the day-to-day life in his village, Lustleigh, located on the edge of Dartmoor. This wonderful, illustrated book is highly recommended for those with an interest in the history of Devon and rural English life in general. Cecil Torr (1857?1928) is a British author and antiquarian. Other notable works by this author include: ?Memphis and Mycenae? (1896) and ?Ancient Ships? (1895).

Publication Language

English

Publication Type

Book

Publication License Type

Open Access