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Abbey Wood today is a beautiful, if ill-kept, mixed deciduous woodland a few hundred metres to the south of the former Cistercian monastery of Strata Florida in the Upper Teifi Valley in central Ceredigion, Wales. It consists of a number of different elements of land use and ecology, largely...
This article examines instances of criminal activity and capital punishment occurring on English wastelands, such as commons, heaths, moors, and forests, between 1730 and 1830. A broad range of information drawn from newspaper reports, assize records, court proceedings and local histories...
This essay analyses the portrayal of ‘dwelling’ in a collection of poems written in the 1930s by the twentieth-century Bengali modernist poet Jibanananda Das (1899–1954). Das originally planned to publish them under the title ‘Banglar Trasta Nilima’ (‘Bengal’s Shaken Sky’) but instead they...
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