Christina Hardyment

Christina Hardyment read history at Cambridge and held the Alistair Horne Writing Fellowship for historians at St Antony’s College, where she is now a Senior Associate Member. Her books in the field of literary biography include Arthur Ransome and Captain Flint’s Trunk (a companion to the places, people and boats in Arthur Ransome’s Swallows and Amazons stories), Heidi’s Alp (a tour of the European places connected with children’s stories) and Literary Trails: Writers in the Landscapes. She has four daughters and lives in Oxford.

Books by Christina Hardyment

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