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Williamson

1. Henry. 1895--1977, British novelist, best known for Tarka the Otter (1927) and other animal stories
2. Malcolm. 1931--2003, Australian composer, living in Britain: Master of the Queen's Music since 1975. His works include operas and music for children
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It hasn't changed much since the area inspired Henry Williamson to describe it in his 1927 novel Tarka the Otter.
But the man with the high-visibilty jacket and bleached hair is child killer Henry Williamson as he prepares for freedom after 22 years behind bars.
The classic Black Beauty moved me to tears and years later it would be the novels of Jack Jones and Henry Williamson which would bring the tears to my eyes.
Henry Williamson of the London Rifle Brigade was amazed by the goodwill among his enemies.
Even a decade after the Armistice, the celebrated war novelist Henry Williamson wrote that of all the official war artists, Nevinson had uniquely succeeded in communicating the "routine intensity" endured daily by the ordinary enlisted man in the front line.
Henry Williamson set his Tarka The Otter on Exmoor, later made into a tearjerking children's film, and there's a 180-mile trail named after it.
This was followed by an evening at another quaint, historic pub, The Rock, which is tucked away in the tiny nearby village of Georgeham, once the home of Henry Williamson, author of Tarka the Otter.
This was followed by an evening at another quaint pub, The Rock, which is tucked away in the tiny nearby village of Georgeham, once the home of Henry Williamson, author of Tarka the Otter.
He named his son Tarka after the Henry Williamson novel Tarka the Otter.
ANSWERS: 1 India; 2 Because they fly in a zigzag pattern; 3 Mogadishu; 4 Strontium; 5 Jack Lynch; 6 Henley-on-Thames; 7 Winchester; 8 Jenny Pitman; 9 The Duke of Edinburgh; 10 Henry Williamson.
Henry Williamson is one of five murderers who have had their cases referred back to the Court of Criminal Appeal.