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Folklore Fridays: Sunday 21st October 1638

Sunday 21st October 1638 double cover

This comic was created for the Past in its Place workshop, held at Buckfast Abbey 17th-18th April 2015.

Many thanks to conference organiser – Philip Schwyzer – for  accepting a comic as a contribution to the workshop, and to David Harvey, whose blog post inspired the comic.

The narrative and images for the historical account of the storm are based on The two Widecombe tracts 1638: giving a contemporary account of the great storm.

Sunday 21st October 1638

01 Jan Reynolds and the Devil

02 Jan Reynolds and the Devil

03 Jan Reynolds and the Devil

04 Jan Reynolds and the Devil

05 Jan Reynolds and the Devil

H Sackett MAP

01 Sunday 21st October 1638

02 Sunday 21st October 1638

03 Sunday 21st October 1638

04 Sunday 21st October 1638

05 Sunday 21st October 1638

Dr H

 

About Hannah

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7 responses to “Folklore Fridays: Sunday 21st October 1638

  1. Moser S.A. ⋅

    Absolutely bloody brilliant!! Has made my day!

    From: Prehistories <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Reply-To: Prehistories <comment+_6tyf1v75uedc80w_cpfbit@comment.wordpress.com> Date: Friday, 24 April 2015 11:24 To: “Moser S.A.” <sm1@soton.ac.uk> Subject: {Disarmed} [New post] Folklore Fridays: Sunday 21st October 1638

    Dr H posted: ” This comic was created for the Past in its Place workshop, held at Buckfast Abbey 17th-18th April 2015. Many thanks to conference organiser – Philip Schwyzer – for accepting a comic as a contribution to the workshop, and to David Harvey, whose blog “

  2. John S.

    Fantastic, Dr. H – Quite agree with Steph – made my day, too! More, please!

  3. Fantastic. Love this format of storytelling.

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