The Field of the Cloth of Gold


Author: Magnus Mills

SHORTLISTED FOR THE GOLDSMITHS PRIZE 2016,,The Great Field lies in the bend of a broad, meandering river. Bounded on three sides by water, on the fourth side it dwindles gradually into wilderness. A handful of tents are scattered far and wide across its immensity. Their flags flutter in the warm breeze, rich with the promise of halcyon days.,,But more and more people are setti….Read More

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