Beautiful hardback book based on the the life and words of Victorian nature writer Richard Jefferies, with full colour nature photography throughout. Jefferies was a proto-ecologist and champion of what he called "wild life." A household name for three quarters of a century, he wrote extensively about nature, and about people, alerting us to our over exploitation of the natural world and warning us that nature will strike back if we fail to build a better relationship with it. Throughout his short life, this singular writer celebrated every wood, field, hill and valley, every nook, ditch and tangled thicket - plus every living thing within them; he knew that we should spend more time in nature; that wildness meant life. This book celebrates his legacy.
Publisher - Richard Jefferies Museum
Author(s) - Mike Pringle
Published Date - November 06 2021
ISBN - 9781838130008
Dimensions - 21 x 21 x 2 cm
Page Count - 244
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