Many children of the first post-war generation found their parents troubled, emotionally unavailable or difficult to connect with. In The January Man, nature writer Christopher Somerville shares how ‘going for a walk’ opened up this relationship.
Christopher Somerville is the walking correspondent of The Times. He is one of Britain’s most respected and prolific travel writers, with forty-two books, hundreds of newspaper articles and many TV and radio appearances to his name. He lives in Bristol.
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