This is a wonderful tribute to Norman Campbell posted on his ‘birthday’ yesterday. Many thanks!
Today, October 4, 2015, marks 109 years since the birth of Mr. Norman Campbell, who passed away in 2012.
The Life and Demise of Norman Campbell
by Norman Campbell/compiled by Diana Jackson
25% of proceeds from the sales of this book are donated to the local Kingston on Thames branch of Age Concern and Cancer, UK, Mr. Campbell’s chosen charity
I have a great love for the ordinary, perhaps largely because so often it translates across history or events as extraordinary, rendering otherwise lesser details worthy of great note. Objects become artifacts, experiences awe, and so often people in later eras feel some link to those of times past; connections bond them despite the enormous differences of their environments that they may nevertheless both relate to so closely.
So it occurs within The Life and Demise of Norman Campbell, in which we the readers are given a firsthand glimpse…
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