In the early 1990s, Graham Robb retreated to the hills near Llangollen to write his first book, a life of Balzac. It was, he says, an isolated spot, a steep bike ride from shops and human distraction. In his latest book, Cols and Passes of the British Isles, he writes: ‘A friend had given me […]
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