eBook The Purple Land: Being The Narrative Of One Richard Lamb's Adventures In The Banda Oriental, In South America, As Told By Himself (1904) download
by William Henry Hudson
Author: William Henry Hudson
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 2, 2008)
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Hudson, W. H. (William Henry), 1841-1922.
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The Banda Oriental, in South America, as Told By Himself. This work was first issued in 1885, by Messrs. Illustrated By Keith Henderson. Sampson Low, in two slim volumes, with the longer, and to most persons, enigmatical title of The Purple Land That England Lost. A purple land may be found in almost any region of the globe, and 'tis of our gains, not our losses, we keep count. We are often told that an author never wholly loses his affection for a first book, and the feeling has been likened (more than once) to that of a parent towards a first-born.
By W. (William Henry) Hudson. Being the Narrative of One Richard Lamb's Adventures in The Banda Oriental, in South America, as Told By Himself.
blurb - Published in 1885, The Purple Land was the first novel of William Henry Hudson, author of Green Mansions
blurb - Published in 1885, The Purple Land was the first novel of William Henry Hudson, author of Green Mansions. The Anglo-Argentine naturalist distinguished himself both as one of the finest craftsmen of prose in English literature and as a thinker on ecological matters far ahead of his time. In Davies' hands this 'road novel' becomes a fast paced romp in the tradition of Tom Jones, with a dash of Don Qu. Saturday Play - Andrew Davies' rip-roaring treatment of WH Hudson's South American classic.
Format: Book, EBook; LOC call number: PR6015. Hudson ; illustrated by Keith Henderson.
The Purple Land: Being the Narrative of One Richard Lamb's .
The Purple Land: Being the Narrative of One Richard Lamb's Adventures in the. The Purple Land: Being the Narrative of One Richard Lambs Adventures in the. William Henry Hudson was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on August 4, 1841 to American parents. He developed a heart condition as a teenager and finally moved to England in 1870. He also published numerous books on ornithology and the English countryside including Argentine Ornithology, British Birds, Afoot in England, A Shepherd's Life, Dead Man's Plack, A Traveller in Little Things, and A Hind in Richmond Park. He died on August 18, 1922.
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Being the Narrative of One Richard Lamb's Adventures in The BandaOriental, in South America, as Told By Himself. ILLUSTRATED BY. Keith Henderson. Of the first of these three a word only need be written. This was theperiod of courtship and matrimony; and though the experience seemedto me then something altogether new and strange in the world, it mustnevertheless have resembled that of other men, since all men marry. Andthe last period, which was the longest of the three, occupying fullythree years, could not be told.
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