Salar the Salmon
Salar the Salmon is a novel by Henry Williamson. It describes a "year in the life of Salar (leaper) in the rivers running off the western side of Exmoor, showing the reality of exhilaration and danger of his water-existence." Salar the Salmon was published by Faber in 1935, and in 1936, illustrated C.F. Tunnicliffe; by Penguin in 1949; and in 1987 by Webb & Bower, illustrated by Michael Loates and with an introduction by Richard Williamson.
- A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HENRY WILLIAMSON’S WRITING on The Henry Williamson Society website. Retrieved August 6, 2007.
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