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Other books to which J.L. Carr contributed:


Justice Silence, now blind, wits wandering a little and very old, is visited by Sir John Falstaff's page, now a man, and asked for news of Francis Feeble, the woman's tailor, once unfairly conscripted for the army during rebellion.In: Giles Gordon (1982). Shakespeare Stories. London: Hamish Hamilton, pp 82-90.

A short story by Carr based on Falstaff in Henry IV part 2.


 J.L. Carr (1987). The end of the middle ages. In: Thirsk Miscellany, ed. Ralph Brooke, pp 1-8. Clent Books, Carlton Miniott, Thirsk, North Yorkshire YO7 5LX. ISBN 0 948 756 02 0.

This is the first of two articles in this small stapled booklet.


 J.L. Carr (1987). James Milner, headmaster. In: Thirsk Miscellany, ed. Ralph Brooke, pp 26-29. Clent Books, Carlton Miniott, Thirsk, North Yorkshire YO7 5LX. ISBN 0 948 756 02 0.

This is the second of two articles in this small stapled booklet.


 Foreword to: Churches in Retirement. A Gazetteer (1990). Redundant Churches Fund. Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, pp ix-x.