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A memoir of a year immersed in nature on a New England farm, by the national bestselling author of The Dog Who Came to Stay. After a nearly fatal bout of appendicitis, Hal Borland decided to leave the city behind and move with his wife to a farmhouse in rural Connecticut. Their new home on one hundred acres inspired Borland to return to nature. In this masterpiece of American nature writing, he describes such wonders as the peace of a sky full of stars, the breathless beauty of blossoming plants, the way rain swishes as it hits a river, and the invigorating renewal brought by the changing…mehr

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A memoir of a year immersed in nature on a New England farm, by the national bestselling author of The Dog Who Came to Stay.
After a nearly fatal bout of appendicitis, Hal Borland decided to leave the city behind and move with his wife to a farmhouse in rural Connecticut. Their new home on one hundred acres inspired Borland to return to nature. In this masterpiece of American nature writing, he describes such wonders as the peace of a sky full of stars, the breathless beauty of blossoming plants, the way rain swishes as it hits a river, and the invigorating renewal brought by the changing seasons. The delights of nature as Borland observes them seem boundless, and his sense of awe is contagious.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Open Road Media
  • Seitenzahl: 315
  • Erscheinungstermin: 14. Januar 2014
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781453232385
  • Artikelnr.: 44627123
Autorenporträt
Hal Borland (1900-1978) was a nature writer and novelist who produced numerous bestselling books including memoirs and young adult classics, as well as decades of nature writing for the New York Times. Borland considered himself a "natural philosopher," and he was interested in exploring the way human life was bound to the greater world of plants, animals, and natural processes.