A Nature Poem for Every Winter Evening

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A wonderful bedside poetry companion on a winter’s evening. Enjoy our place in nature, even on a cold frosty night.

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Poems to celebrate the winter season.A wonderful bedside companion for a frosty winter’s evening, with poems to immerse yourself in the season. From William Shakespeare to John Keats to Katherine Mansfield, the finest poets that ever put pen to paper describe this beautiful and sometimes terrible season.With one entry for every day through winter, from 1st December until 28th or 29th February, this is the ideal book to take you through the darker months and find joy and comfort in nature.In December ‘Gaunt in gloom’ begins James Joyce’s ‘Nightpiece’. In January, there’s a ‘certain slant of light for Emily Dickinson, while ‘the dull dead wind is out of tune’ for Oscar Wilde. And in February, the last month of meteorological winter, William Morris muses ‘From this chill thaw to dream of blossomed May’.This beautiful and collectable anthology of poems derives from the popular A Poem for Every Night of the Year and also features wintry poems by Alice Oswald, Edward Lear, Emily Brontë, William Wordsworth, Ted Hughes and many more.

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Weight 0.57 kg
Dimensions 19.2 × 13.6 × 3.2 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

272

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

808.819334 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K

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