6 edition of The Unpublished Letters of W.h. Hudson, the First Literary Environmentalist 1841-1922 found in the catalog.
December 30, 2006
by Edwin Mellen Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||384|
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Private Reflections and Opinions of W. H. Hudson (), the First Literary Environmentalist Shrubsall, Dennis pages This work brings together a carefully categorized and thoroughly indexed consolidation of W.H. Hudson’s statements. : Far Away and Long Ago: A History of My Early Life (): Hudson, W. H.: Books.
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The unpublished letters of W.H. Hudson, the first literary environmentalist, ; 2v. by Dennis Shrubsall. Edwin Mellen Pr. pages $ Hardcover PR William Henry Hudson () was a significant literary figure during late nineteenth and early twentieth-century England, where his writings were much admired by fellow authors including such popular writers as John Galsworthy, Joseph Conrad and Ford Madox Ford.
Hudson was an unusual combination: an arcane, enigmatic figure to whom the poet laureate, John Masefield, attributed four of Pages: Get this from a library.
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Hudson Through the English Landscape3/5(1). The Unpublished Letters of W. Hudson, The First Literary Environmentalist,Volume 1 Editor: Dennis Shrubshall Edwin Mellen Press. Contents: Foreword by Martha S.
Vogeler Acknowledgements Introduction The Letters. Use has been made of Hudson's published and unpublished letters to show how his works arose from his explorations of the county.
Throughout the paper his role as an environmental critic and campaigner is emphasised as one of his most important legacies to the modern world.". Earth sciences, geography, environment, planning; Economics, finance, business & management; The Unpublished Letters of W. Hudson, the First Literary Environmentalist Published: £ Showing 1 to 10 of 10 (1 Pages).
Birds of A Feather: Unpublished Letters of W.H. Hudson (), edited by D. Shrubsall; Landscapes and Literati: Unpublished letters of W.H. Hudson and George Gissing (), edited by Dennis Shrubsall and Pierre Coustillas; Bibliographies. Wilson (, ) Bibliography of the Writings of W.H. Book Reviews (David Grylls): Landscapes and Literati: Unpublished Letters of W.
Hudson and George Gissing, eds. Dennis Shrubsall and Pierre Coustillas; (Pierre Coustillas): George Gissing: A Bibliographical Study, by Michael Collie. Vol. XXII, No. 4 (October, ) A New Gissing Attribution from Chicago (Robert L.
Selig, Purdue U). The Unpublished Letters of W. Hudson, the First Literary Environmentalist, Place of Publication: Lewiston, N.Y. Date of Publication: Vol: 2. Page: Additional Comments: Letter from Hudson to Mrs Eliza Phillips (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds), 4 March40 St Luke's Road, London.
Citation. (and social) environment. Their combined experiences span more than two centuries of East Hampshire life. William Henry (W. H.) Hudson, an accomplished, self-taught field naturalist, was born in Argentina in He had written many letters on aspects of South American natural history to both the United States and the United Kingdom.
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Hudson, the first literary environmentalist, ; 2v.(Brief article)(Book review) The writings of W.H. Hudson, the first literary environmentalist ; a critical survey.(Brief Article)(Book Review). Dennis Shrubsall and Pierre Coustillas () W.H. Hudson. The First Literary Environmentalist: – The First Literary Environmentalist: – A.
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Hudson Classic Books ISBN: | ISBN William Henry Hudson () was an author, naturalist and ornithologist. He was born in the Quilmes Partido in.
W.H. Hudson, H.G. Wells, Samuel Butler and Thomas Hardy are the literary figures who feature most in a book which is bracingly sceptical. In such a climate one wonders whether Redmond O'Hanlon's Joseph Conrad and Charles Darwin which claims to investigate "the influence of scientific thought on Conrad's fiction" would have survived more than.'This invaluable book fleshes out Virginia Woolf's immersion in the life sciences from her Victorian childhood to her modernist fascination with the new fields of ecology and ethology Alt provides a full delineation of late Victorian natural history in its peculiarly British conservatism and resistance to the kind of institutional science.First Edition.
Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly dust-dulled dw (spine uniformly sun-toned), now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered.
; pages; Description: p.: ill. ; 23 cm. Subjects: Hudson, W. H. (William Henry), --Correspondence.