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- 1 Thinking about Rurality
- 2 Norfolk: The Agrarian Revolution and the Emergence of an Elite
- 3 Patterns of Ownership in Modernity
- 4 A Village of Three Parts
- 5 Village Institutions #1: The School, the Pub and the Church
- 6 Village Institutions #2: The Very Model of a Modern Rural Villager
- 7 A Tale of Three Villages: Norfolk, ‘Economy’ Norfolk and Northants
- 8 Methodological Note