By: K Taplin
224 pages, 16 line illus
The author believes that reverence for nature is vital for healthy spirituality and imagination. This series of connected essays examines the responses of various writers (Keats, Clare, Hopkins, Hardy, EM Forster, Tolkien, and others) to the Greenwood and its erosion. `...a truly inspirational work that explores each writer with extraordinary sensitivity and skill' - Mark Johnston, Ecos Magazine.
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