Beatrix Potter Studies XVII with XV and XVI discount
£31.00 – £64.50
The Seventeenth Beatrix Potter Society International Conference coincided with the 150th anniversary of Beatrix’s birth and celebrated her legacy.
This new addition to the Studies series publishes the talks given at that Conference.
It describes many aspects of her work beyond the much-loved ‘Peter Rabbit’ books: the stories left unpublished in her life-time, such as The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots; her inspirational artwork; her love of the Lake District and her relationship with the local farmers once she had settled there; her bequests of land and how these fitted in with the ethos of rural conservation and with the holdings of the National Trust in the 1930s and 40s; and the unplanned legacy of her coded Journal and her letters to people from all walks of life.
If you would like to purchase a copy of Studies XV or Studies XVI at the same time as buying this new book, there is a 15% discount:
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112 pp Colour illustrations throughout ISBN 978-1-869980-32-0