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G.E. Farrow


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G.E. Farrow : The Wallypug of Why

I had read every line of several volumes of the 'Home Magazine' -especially a grotesque serial called 'The Wallypug of Why', an enjoyable fantasy about the plots of a cathedral gargoyle: also bits from the 'Children's Encyclopaedia', 'Hereward the Wake', comics and 'Marriage on Two Hundred a Year', one of the popular handbooks of the period.

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Victor Sawdon Pritchett      Print: Serial / periodical


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