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Seymore begins this installment by talking about the nature and importance of hope. Then, after explaining something of the financial arrangements he and Bryhta had made for their stay at the College in Wllliamsburg, Seymore returns to the thread of his story. The reader drifts among the nighttime wonders of the River, and a stopover at Tuckahoe includes a visit to the amazing home of Envert deGris, a well known lytfolc artist of the period. This is followed by an overland trek to Ampthill and an unsettling visit in the home of Compton and Fenny Splatback. The installment ends in the darkness on the River, on the far side of midnight, when calamity threatens their lives.
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The Boxwood Folios, currently consisting of a single volume, introduces the lytfolc whose world exists alongside the world of the greátfolc; however, the two peoples do not interact... Read more »
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Though it's a month since the most recent issue of The Storybook Home Journal, Our Mutual Friend, wended its way through the US Posts, it's been way too long since we caught up posting sans that venerable institution, so here's what we hope will present a reasonably creditable reparation. We didn't have space to include Elspeth's water-colored label that we used in our own version of clearing Old John Harmon's mounds, so we send it in its easy-to-download form here for anyone's personal use--whether gardening is involved or not... Read more »
By Al R. Young The Our Mutual Friend issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios. This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - A Nursery As Never Was Seen (4 pages)Hearth - And The Bright Scraps Of Velvet And Silk And Ribbon (3 pages)Kitchen - Seasoned With Bliss (4 pages)Music - Lizzie's Theme (1 page)Garden - Other Small Gardening (4 pages)Attic - The Sorting And Sifting (1 page)Garret - We Had Each Other (3 pages)Our Mutual Friend is the 76th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »