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Hudson, W H(9547377)
This edition of WH Hudson's novella El Ombú (together with three other stories of the Argentinian pampas: 'The Story of a Piebald Horse', 'Niño Diablo' and 'Marta Riquelme', as well as an appendix to the original tale) includes an extensive critical...
Green,Stella J.; Zimmerman,H. Neil(616897)
50 Hikes In the Lower Hudson Valleysob encomenda
Hudson, W H(9935505)
Excerpt from Dead Man's Plack, and an Old Thorn Then something happened. Some friends from town came down to me at the hamlet I was staying at, and one of the party, the mother of most of them, was not only older than the rest of us in years, but...sob encomenda
Hudson, W., H.; 1stWorld Library(2978244)
Now that we are cool, he said, and regret that we hurt each other, I am not sorry that it happened. I deserved your reproach: a hundred times I have wished to tell you the whole story of my travels and adventures among the savages, and one of the...
A romance of the future, by the author of Green Mansions.
Guide-books are so many that it seems probable we have more than any other country - possibly more than all the rest of the universe together. Every county has a little library of its own - guides to its towns, churches, abbeys, castles, rivers,...
Hudson, W., H.; 1stWorld Library(2978243)
I do not quite know how it happened, my recollection of the whole matter ebbing in a somewhat clouded condition. I fancy I had gone somewhere on a botanizing expedition, but whether at home or abroad I don't know. At all events, I remember that I had...
W. H. Hudson; William Henry Hudson(8100739)
William Henry Hudson (1841-1922), British author, naturalist and ornithologist is best known for Green Mansions (1904), an exotic South American romance with Rima, the mysterious creature of the forest, half bird, half human.
The novelFanM/b> was originally published in 1892, under the pseudonymof 'quot;Henry Harford.'quot;
W. H. Hudson(9811451)
A beautiful collection of stories and observations picked up by a lifetime of walking among the villages and hamlets of England.
W. H. Hudson(3129647)
In a remarkable and flowery language, Hudson has captured the essence of the natural beauty of England. A highly satisfying work that depicts a country through the eyes of a naturalist. His experiences and observations inspire and touch the soul....