This section contains a rare treasure-trove of original material from Norfolk, not to be found anywhere else: a dictionary of Norfolk dialect, a scholar’s glossary of old words, original eighteenth-century letters exchanged between Denton and Dersingham, and a further volume of extracts from the great diary of Benjamin Armstrong, Vicar of Dereham from 1850-88. Here are also essays on poets who wrote about Norfolk, a dialect version of the Song of Solomon and a selection of works by Norfolk’s forgotten novelist, Mary E. Mann including her highly-esteemed short stories.

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