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'Sometimes readers get in touch to tell me how they've been affected by things I've written. In the interchanges that develop I often get to know them, and invariably I learn a lot from their reaction.'
Chris Arthur reflects on what the essay form means to him, and why one doesn’t have to have an academic background in literature in order to be a practitioner.
Chris Arthur writes about the childhood mentor who inspired his lifelong love of nature — in particular, of birds.
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