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Spring: An Anthology

The Wildlife Trust

Richly evocative collection capturing the beauty of spring in British prose and poetry, both old and new. Includes the poetry of Geoffrey Chaucer, Dorothy Wordsworth, Thomas Hardy and Philip Larkin, alongside extracts from 'The Naturalist's Journal' by Reverend Gilbert White in 1780, D.H. Lawrence's 'Whistling of Birds', 1919, and Kenneth Grahame's 'The Wind in the Willows'. From the Highlands of Scotland to Orford Ness; thought-provoking and beguiling words invite the reader to see what's around us with new eyes.

Paperback, 195 pages.
7¾" x 5", 32 black and white ‘silhouette’ illustrations.
£12.99

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