The Keys of Heaven
The Life of Revd Charles Marson, Socialist Priest & Folk Song Collector
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Publisher: Cockasnook Books
Number of Pages: 324
The first biography of the clergyman Charles Marson (1859-1914), one of the early Christian Socialists, ahead of his time in criticising church and society for lacking social compassion. The book covers his work in the East End of London, in Australia and in the Somerset village of Hambridge. An influential writer and journalist, he partnered Cecil Sharp in the retrieval of English folk songs.
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