Poems on nature / with an introduction by Helen Macdonald ; edited by Gaby Morgan.

Contributor(s): Macdonald, Helen, 1970- [aui] | Morgan, Gaby [edt]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: London : Macmillan Collector's Library, 2019Description: xvi, 174 pages 16 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781509893805; 1509893806Subject(s): Nature -- Poetry | Seasons -- PoetryGenre/Form: Poesi DDC classification: 808.81936 LOC classification: PN6110.N2Other classification: He.03
Contents:
Spring -- Summer -- Autumn -- Winter.
Summary: "The poems in this anthology are divided into spring, summer, autumn and winter to reflect, in verse, the changes of the seasons and the passing of time. Since poetry began there have been poems about nature; it's a complex subject which has inspired some of the most beautiful poetry ever written. Poets from Andrew Marvell to W. B. Yeats to Emily Brontë have sought to describe the natural environment and our relationship with it. There is also a rich tradition of songs and rhymes, such as 'Scarborough Fair', that hark back to a rural way of life which may now be lost, but is brought back to life in the lyrical verses included in this collection."--Front jacket flap.
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Spring -- Summer -- Autumn -- Winter.

"The poems in this anthology are divided into spring, summer, autumn and winter to reflect, in verse, the changes of the seasons and the passing of time. Since poetry began there have been poems about nature; it's a complex subject which has inspired some of the most beautiful poetry ever written. Poets from Andrew Marvell to W. B. Yeats to Emily Brontë have sought to describe the natural environment and our relationship with it. There is also a rich tradition of songs and rhymes, such as 'Scarborough Fair', that hark back to a rural way of life which may now be lost, but is brought back to life in the lyrical verses included in this collection."--Front jacket flap.


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