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  1. says:

    This has got to be one of the most beautifully written books that I've ever read The author was first and foremost a poet and the prose he has written here reads like a gentle lyrical love poem to a time a place a life forever lost

  2. says:

    With Red Sky at Sunrise Laurie Lee's autobiographical trilogy comes together into one volume The first book Cider with Rosie is an ode to an idyllic childhood in a Gloucestershire village in the twenties and thirti

  3. says:

    I first read Cider with Rosie at school and enjoyed it identifying with the author's portrayal of childhood I suppose When I re read it as an adult and a father I was overwhelmed by the yearning nostalgia of Lee's prose But

  4. says:

    If you wanted an example of a gifted poet who can write prose but retain his poetry in that prose this is the book for yo

  5. says:

    Where do i start about this book Cider with Rosie is one of those books thats been on my must read pile for a long time and i promised myself i would read this summer and now i have i wish i'd read it sooner or do I Maybe if i'd read this when i was a few years younger i wouldn't have appreciated the lyrical pro

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    45 ish Heartfelt stinging reminiscence of a life and of worlds passed away The passage from brutality of poverty to brutality of war in the second and third books is particularly stark

  7. says:

    I read Cider with Rosie years ago and loved this story the trilogy is a continuation of what happened in Laurie's life when he left home a sensitive story of one man's journey will read it again

  8. says:

    This is an auto biographical trilogyIt begins with 'Cider with Rosie' which charts the childhood and school years of Laurie Lee in the village of Slad in Gloucestershire It is an excellent piece of social historyI was prompted to re read this by a recent TV drama The writing is beautifully prosaic capturing both the sense of time and space in this part of rural EnglandThe second book 'As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning' tells the tale

  9. says:

    Laurie Lee came from the Stroud valleys not so very far from where I grew up His Cotswold childhood happened ba

  10. says:

    Lyrical beauty if I had 10% of his writing talent I would be a very happy man

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Eval Spain for which he developed an abiding affection In the winter of 1937 he returned to a country now in the grip of Civil War and joined the International Brigade describing in A Moment of War his journey into the dark side of Spain with unsparing honesty and poignancy. Laurie Lee came from the Stroud valleys not so very far from where I grew up His Cotswold childhood happened back when cars were still a rareity when the world was a far less industrial place There s a nostalgia for the past here for lost innocence The writing is beautiful There are sorrows and hard times as well though its not jsut a rose tinted view of a rural youth As I walked out takes Lee across Spain walking and busking This section of his life really caught my imagination although I ve never had the nerve to do anything like it it s fuelled my daydreaming for many years More evocative prose and a great adventureA Moment of War as Spain plunged into civil war Lee felt obliged to go back and participate what follows is dark insane and deeply disturbing a haunting recollection of a terrible conflictHaving all three books in one volume is a great asset They re wildly different in character and all very good reads Cider with Rosie might be the most famous but I feel the other two are far stronger books much adult and provocativeLaurie Lee was also a poet so if you enjoy these you might want to look out his other work The Big Golden Book of Poetry returned to a country now in the grip of Civil War and joined the International Brigade describing in A Moment of War his journey into the dark side of Spain with unsparing honesty and poignancy. Laurie Lee came from the Stroud valleys not so very far from where I grew up His Cotswold childhood happened back when cars were still a NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW rareity when the world was a far less industrial place There s a nostalgia for the past here for lost innocence The writing is beautiful There are sorrows and hard times as well though its not jsut a Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, rose tinted view of a The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) rural youth As I walked out takes Lee across Spain walking and busking This section of his life Homewrecker really caught my imagination although I ve never had the nerve to do anything like it it s fuelled my daydreaming for many years More evocative prose and a great adventureA Moment of War as Spain plunged into civil war Lee felt obliged to go back and participate what follows is dark insane and deeply disturbing a haunting Make your own model forts & castles recollection of a terrible conflictHaving all three books in one volume is a great asset They Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury re wildly different in character and all very good How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim reads Cider with Rosie might be the most famous but I feel the other two are far stronger books much adult and provocativeLaurie Lee was also a poet so if you enjoy these you might want to look out his other work

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Red Sky at Sunrise Cider with Rosie; As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning; A Moment of War

Spanning the first twenty three years of his remarkable life Laurie Lee's celebrated autobiographical trilogy is presented here in one delightful volume Beginning with Cider with Rosie Laurie Lee writes evocatively of his idyllic childhood in the Cotswolds of the twenties a. I first read Cider with Rosie at school and enjoyed it identifying with the author s portrayal of childhood I suppose When I re read it as an adult and a father I was overwhelmed by the yearning nostalgia of Lee s prose But there is no mawkish sentimentality here no idyll In places there is a lurking murderous undercurrent a burgeoning and threatening sexuality that had gone over my head when I read the book at school What comes across so strongly is Lee s sense of affection for and of belonging to a place and time that has forever vanished Cider with Rosie is not just one of the best books ever written about childhood it is for me one of the best books ever written As I Walked Out Midsummer Morning sees Lee s leave taking of his village home in the Cotswold countryside and his entry into the bigger world It s a transition from a rural lifestyle that had not significantly changed for hundreds of years to the modern twentieth century urban environment Having seen the big city Lee wants to see of the world and we are therefore gifted with his wondrously brilliant sketch of Spain The heat and light of the Spanish plains seems to pour off the page and you feel transported A Moment of War continues from the point the previous volume ended but the tone is very different In an unusually cold Spanish winter Lee joins the International Brigade in the Republican struggle against General Franco s fascists Lee shows the horrible futility wastefulness and arbitrariness of war unflinchingly This easily stands beside Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves as a great literary war memoir A downbeat ending to the trilogy but nonetheless affecting NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW remarkable life Laurie Lee's celebrated autobiographical trilogy is presented here in one delightful volume Beginning with Cider with Rosie Laurie Lee writes evocatively of his idyllic childhood in the Cotswolds of the twenties a. I first Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, read Cider with Rosie at school and enjoyed it identifying with the author s portrayal of childhood I suppose When I The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) re Homewrecker read it as an adult and a father I was overwhelmed by the yearning nostalgia of Lee s prose But there is no mawkish sentimentality here no idyll In places there is a lurking murderous undercurrent a burgeoning and threatening sexuality that had gone over my head when I Make your own model forts & castles read the book at school What comes across so strongly is Lee s sense of affection for and of belonging to a place and time that has forever vanished Cider with Rosie is not just one of the best books ever written about childhood it is for me one of the best books ever written As I Walked Out Midsummer Morning sees Lee s leave taking of his village home in the Cotswold countryside and his entry into the bigger world It s a transition from a Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury rural lifestyle that had not significantly changed for hundreds of years to the modern twentieth century urban environment Having seen the big city Lee wants to see of the world and we are therefore gifted with his wondrously brilliant sketch of Spain The heat and light of the Spanish plains seems to pour off the page and you feel transported A Moment of War continues from the point the previous volume ended but the tone is very different In an unusually cold Spanish winter Lee joins the International Brigade in the Republican struggle against General Franco s fascists Lee shows the horrible futility wastefulness and arbitrariness of war unflinchingly This easily stands beside Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves as a great literary war memoir A downbeat ending to the trilogy but nonetheless affecting

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World of rich sensuousness and native innocence As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning picks up the story as he leaves his valley for London and then for Spain There euipped only with a violin and his wits he crossed the dramatic landscape of a vibrant and still almost medi. 45 ish Heartfelt stinging reminiscence of a life and of worlds passed away The passage from brutality of poverty to brutality of war in the second and third books is particularly stark