The South Country by Edward Thomas
The South Country brilliantly merges landscape, folk culture, and natural history into a record of what Edward Thomas saw and felt as he wandered the old ways of southern England.
Author: Edward Thomas
Introduction: Robert Macfarlane
Published: June 2009
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‘Perhaps the best way to think of The South Country is as a dream-map – by which I mean an act of imaginative cartography, a chart of longing and loss projected onto actual terrain’
Acutely sensitive to rhythms of the countryside, Edward Thomas’s lyrical, passionate, and sometimes political writing merges natural history with folk culture, and gives us a free-form record of the feelings and observations of one of the great poets of the English language. This centenary edition includes a preface by Edward Thomas’s wife, Helen, and the stunning engravings of Eric Fitch Daglish.
|Dimensions||14 x 156 x 216 mm|