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Seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter (4-Volume Set)

Nature Writing
Series: The Seasons
By: Melissa Harrison(Author)
936 pages, no illustrations
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter (4-Volume Set)
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  • Seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter (4-Volume Set) ISBN: 9781783963096 Paperback Nov 2016 Availability uncertain: order now to get this when available
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Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter... in prose and poetry both old and new, the acclaimed Seasons series evokes the enchanting beauty of our changing year.; Including extracts from classic works of great naturalists, literature that reflects the unfolding seasons, specially commissioned texts and writing from household names, each book also include pieces from unknown writers that capture the experience of wildlife throughout the UK. This box bundles the four paperbacks.

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Melissa Harrison won the John Muir Trust's 'Wild Writing' Award in 2010 and was a Writer in Residence at Gladstone's Library in 2014. She delivered one of the inaugural Coleridge Lectures as part of Bristol's Festival of Ideas, spoke about landscape and Englishness at The Southbank's Changing Britain festival, and has appeared on Radio 4's Open Book and The Arts Show on Radio 2. She writes for the Nature Notes column in The Times and blogs about nature at Tales of the City. Her first novel, Clay, was published by Bloomsbury in January 2013, followed by At Hawthorn Time in April 2015. She studied English Literature at Oxford.

Nature Writing
Series: The Seasons
By: Melissa Harrison(Author)
936 pages, no illustrations
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