Felix reads ‘An Older England’ as part of the ‘Did I Mention the Free Wine’ 2008? The poem highlights the stacking of ‘quintessential’ points in English history and was inspired by Orson Welles – “I think Shakespeare was greatly preoccupied with the loss of innocence and I think there has always been in England an older England, which was sweeter and purer, where the hay smelled better and the weather was always springlike and the daffodils blew in gentle warm breezes.”

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