Jeremy Treglown

The gentle intoxications of Laurie Lee

On the author's centenary, Jeremy Treglown wonders how his legacy stands up

‘He thought he could have made it as a visual artist — if only more people had liked his work.’ Above: John Arlott reading (1977) and Kathy and Jessy (1963) [Bridgeman/Getty Images/iStock]

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