SERENA BATHOVER'S HORSES


First Published 1948 by Collins

illustrated by Molly Wilson
title Illustration. Click to enlarge (File size=28KB)
one of Molly Wilson's
illustrations
A short story.

'What Serena Bathover did was to draw horses. She always had done, still does and probably always will. The trouble was that she couldn't do anything else. '

From Fairwallop School to the outside world we follow the progress of this hopeless case.

A beautiful piece of nonsense writing.

First edition:

Appeared in issue number 11 of Collins Magazine in November 1948.

Reprinted:

Collected into Collins Magazine Annual Vol 2 (1949)
pp202-205; with three tone illustrations.


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