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At any exceptional lurch of the waggon. struck one. or one-and-a-half. in hurt tones .... The day being the sixth of April. the Durbeyfield waggon met many other waggons with families on the summit of the load. which was built on a wellnigh unvarying principle. as peculiar. probably. to the rural labourer as the hexagon to the bee. The groundwork of the arrangement was ~he family dresser. which. with its shining handles. and finger-marks. and domestic evidences thick upon it. stood importantly in front.
The appeal to the reader is one of familiarity, and the aim diversion. Not for nothing is it that the most enduringly successful rural fantasies have been books for children: The Wind in the Willows, Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill (1906), John Masefield's The Midnight Folk (1927), and the tales of Beatrix Potter (most of which were written between 1900 and 1913). And it is in children's fiction that the tradition has continued to flourish, as in the play upon the mythological associations of specific English landscapes in the work of William Mayne and Alan Garner, and in Richard Adams's Watership Down (1972), where the beast fable receives a sustained and essentially adult treatment in a readily recognisable locality.
Easily the most interesting novel of this kind - indeed it is a corrective to the kind-is Sylvia Townsend Warner's Lolly Willowes (1926) The author (1893-1978), although not strictly a rural novelist (for her novels and stories cover a wide variety of backgrounds and themes) writes of country life with freshness and authenticity, above all with a remarkable feeling for the tangible that expresses itself most vividly in The True Heart (1929), the touching story of an orphan servant-girl in Victorian England.