Tongues in Trees

Tongues in Trees

1st

Paperback (01 Jan 1990) | English

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Synopsis

'Tongues in trees' by Kim Taplin celebrates the woods, trees and meadows in a collection of stunning poems, prose and essays. Taplin believes that reverence for nature is vital to healthy spirituality and imagination. The continuing destruction of our forests is a sign of the short-sighted greed that is despoiling our world. Throughout the book Taplin considers how writers such as Keats, Ruskin, Hardy, J.R.R. Tolkien and Frances Horovitz celebrated the Greenwood and responded to its erosion.

This eloquent study of trees in the English literary imagination will inspire all those who are concerned about out environment.

'Poetry affirms the underlying unity between the natural and spiritual worlds. That is why all true poets are poets of the Greenwood.'

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Book information

ISBN: 9781870098229
Publisher: UIT Cambridge
Imprint: Green Books
Pub date:
Edition: 1st
DEWEY: 820.936
DEWEY edition: 20
Language: English
Weight: 340g
Height: 216mm
Width: 138mm
Spine width: 19mm