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Playfair Cardus by Neville Cardus

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Published by Dickens Press in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Statementessays by Neville Cardus first published in "Playfair Cricket Monthly".
The Physical Object
Pagination160p. :
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17226751M

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Playfair Cricket Monthly: Uk Magazine Available from Tilleys Vintage Magazines and Comics Sheffield Est Sir John Frederick Neville Cardus CBE (3 April – 28 February ) was an English writer and critic, best known for his writing on music and many years, he wrote for The Manchester was untrained in music, and his style of criticism was subjective, romantic and personal, in contrast with his critical contemporary Ernest Newman. The magazine took its name from the already existing Playfair Cricket Annual, also edited by Ross. Neville Cardus wrote an essay each month for a number of years. Some of these were collected in book form in as The Playfair Cardus. Other regular features were 'The Homes of Cricket', player profiles and a digest of match scores. Some of these were collected in book form in as The Playfair Cardus. Other regular. Roses Match (1, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Lancashire's captain, was batting when the score stood at Neville Cardus.