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by Geoffrey Grigson

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  • ISBN 0246108207
  • ISBN13 978-0246108203
  • Language English
  • Author Geoffrey Grigson
  • Publisher HarperCollins Distribution Services (January 1, 1975)
  • Pages 542
  • Formats docx azw mobi doc
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1556 kb
  • Size Fb2 1258 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 393

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The Englishman's Flora book. Geoffrey Grigson in his later life lived partly in Wiltshire, England, and partly in Trôo, a village in the Loir-et-Cher département in France, which features in his poetry. He died in Wiltshire in 1985. Books by Geoffrey Grigson. Mor. rivia About The Englishman's.

The Penguin Book of Unrespectable Verse. Geoffrey Grigson, Ed Geoffrey Grigson. The contrary view;: Glimpses of fudge and gold. A Dictionary of English Plant Names. The arts to-day, (Essay and general literature index reprint series). The Penguin Book of Ballads (Penguin Poets). Persephone's Flowers and Other Poems. Notes from an Odd Country. The Gambit Book of Popular Verse. Shapes and people;: A book about pictures

First published in 1958, The Englishman's Flora collects common names, folklore, rhymes, literary references . I'm sure Mabey knew, and was inspired by Grigson's book

First published in 1958, The Englishman's Flora collects common names, folklore, rhymes, literary references and snips from old herbals about a huge range of British native and naturalised plants. Most of the entries are English, though. I'm sure Mabey knew, and was inspired by Grigson's book. Why have this, then, when you could have Mabey's colour photos? Well, the contents aren't totally superceded by Mabey and Grigson is easier to refer to. I have both, and wouldn't part with either.

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The Englishman's Flora (Phoenix House, 1955).

British poet, writer, critic and naturalist. The Englishman's Flora (Phoenix House, 1955). The Shell Guide to Flowers of the Countryside (Phoenix House, 1955). Painted Caves (Phoenix House, 1957). The Shell Guide to Trees and Shrubs (Phoenix House, 1958). English Villages in Colour (Batsford, 1958). The Shell Guide to Wild Life (Phoenix House, 1959).

The Englishman's Flora. Published by Phoenix House, Lt. 1955.

Hardcover, in jacket, in mylar cover. Some water damage, boards warped. Heavier books & sets may require extra shipping charges. The Englishman's Flora. Used Condition: Used: Acceptable Hardcover. From Big Star Books (Santa Fe, NM, . Price: US$ 1. 9 Convert Currency. Illustrated with woodcuts from sixteenth-century herbals. Published 1955 by Phoenix House in London. Botany, Botany, Economic, Botany, Medical, Economic Botany, Folklore, Medical Botany, Medicinal plants, Plant lore, Plant names, Popular, Plants, Popular Plant names, Wild flowers.

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Poems by Geoffrey Grigson

Poems by Geoffrey Grigson. The seventh and last son of an elderly clergyman from Pelynt in Cornwall, Grigson escaped a career with Colman's mustard to turn his hand variously to school teaching, journalism, broadcasting, radio. Grigson revelled in finding the extra-ordinary in the seeming ordinariness of a rural life that twentieth century short term thinking was beginning to eradicate. Grigson also wrote books to lead children into an appreciation of the countryside, poetry and the visual arts; later he became an 'anthologist's anthologist', with a seemingly endless train of collections of epigrams and epitaphs, nonsense verse, 'unrespectable' verse.