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Film of the week: Edith Walks makes England loopy again

Andrew Kötting’s latest “brief and incorrect” country lark lights out with the apparition of King Harold’s widow, and kindred history-diviners, in commemoration of the dismemberment of Anglo-Saxon England, writes Hannah McGill.
Hannah McGill
Friday 23 June 2017

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