332 – Chapters 2 & 3 – North & South
332–It’s a World of Laughter – With apologies to John Jakes, we are reading Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South, chapters 2–3, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 15 minutes.
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I thought you might want to see these pix again. Margaret mentions The New Forest which is located in the counties of Hampshire and Dorset, between the major cities of Christchurch to the west and Southampton to the east.
You can see why Margaret would have liked it.
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