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