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Attingham Park's Walled Garden By Mike Clements
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An abecediary with photographs taken by the artist in the walled garden at Attingham Park, an historic house & garden in Shropshire, UK.
It Started By A Garden Wall By Keith Gwilliams
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Original Poetry and Songs much of it about the Black Country (Industrial West Midlands). Some in local dialect.
It Started By A Garden Wall By Keith Gwilliams
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Original Poetry and Songs much of it about the Black Country (Industrial West Midlands). Some in local dialect.
In Search of the Perfect Lawn & The Walled Garden By Michael Dean
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“In both The Walled Garden and In Search of the Perfect Lawn there is the rectangle – a yard, a garden, a lawn. The rectangle is the shape of the page. The page is where the cultivation... More > of ideas takes shape, where the rows of sprigs and fronds that speak these ideas are set. Writing is a form of gardening, a form of cosmic exploration. A working of the two shapes. And for Dean it is a spiritual pursuit at the same time.” —Steven Ross Smith, PARAGRAPH, The Canadian Fiction Review, (No. 25, 1998/99).< Less
In Search of the Perfect Lawn & The Walled Garden By Michael Dean
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“In both The Walled Garden and In Search of the Perfect Lawn there is the rectangle – a yard, a garden, a lawn. The rectangle is the shape of the page. The page is where the cultivation... More > of ideas takes shape, where the rows of sprigs and fronds that speak these ideas are set. Writing is a form of gardening, a form of cosmic exploration. A working of the two shapes. And for Dean it is a spiritual pursuit at the same time.”—Steven Ross Smith, PARAGRAPH, The Canadian Fiction Review, (No. 25, 1998/99). About In Search Of The Perfect Lawn: “The point, I think, about Dean’s games is that they become more serious than most people’s seriousness ...”—Ken Adachi, The Toronto Star. About The Walled Garden: “With a mock scholarship whose irony often negates itself by mocking its own mockery ...” “Dean raises the issues of postmodern art in a most postmodern manner ...” “A unique work in Canadian fiction ...”—T.L. Craig, University of Toronto Quarterly, (Vol. 64, No. 1, Winter 1984).< Less
Call Me Elle: A Garden Walled Around Triology: Volume II By Susan McGeown
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Her name is Bear. She is happy here in the Indian village she has chosen to call home even though to look at her you would see that she has white skin. At 15, she is the mate of Bright Feather and... More > the people of The Maple Forest are her family. All she loves and holds dear are in this special garden walled around. This is the story of a captive white girl named Elle Graves who transforms into a powerful Indian woman, wife, and mother. The book encompasses a period in the 19th century during which the Cherokee achieved great success. However, dark struggles are looming, threatening all the things that she treasures. The greatest of all threats comes from the white world, a place that Bear was born into but chooses to reject. Worst of all, could her precious garden walled around be in greater danger simply because of the choices she has made to stay. Bear discovers, the hardest of choices that anyone must make has to do with those you love.< Less
Call Me Survivor: A Garden Walled Around Trilogy: Volume III By Susan McGeown
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She is Bear, the mate of Bright Feather. She has matured from a frightened, captive, white girl to a wife, mother, and perhaps most importantly, Powerful Indian Woman. She is eighteen years old. ... More > Wrapped within the historical facts of the Cherokee Nation during the early 19th century, we watch The Nation struggle inside and outside its borders. During this period, Andrew Jackson becomes president and under this presidency we see their forced migration to land west of the Mississippi and the tragic Trail of Tears in 1839. We see deprivation and deception, broken promises and sorrow. But we also see determination, hope, faith and honesty. As the white world presses in on Bear's precious garden walled around and all those she holds dear, she must fight to be able to call herself a survivor. For her ability to walk in both the white and the red world might be the best weapon they have to save them all.< Less
garden gang By NANETTE EVANS
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Have you ever wondered what happens in your garden? What the birds really have to say. You are invited into the garden for a real birds eye view on everything that happens within its leafy walls. ... More > The comings and the goings, the changing of the seasons the highs and lows of everyday life. Learn to identify your feathered friends and to enjoy your garden as a new world waiting to be explored.< Less
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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The book tells the story of Mary Lennox, a spoiled, contrary orphan, who is sent to live in her uncle's manor in Yorkshire. She is left to herself by her uncle Mr. Craven, who travels most of the... More > time, trying to escape from memories of his wife. The only person who has any time for Mary is the chambermaid Martha. It is Martha who tells Mary about the walled garden, Mrs. Craven's favourite garden, which nobody has seen the inside of since she her death; Mr. Craven locked it and buried the key.< Less
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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The Secret Garden is the story of little Mary Lennox, a girl who'd grown up in India spoiled by her servants, whose primary job it was to be seen and not heard. When Mary's parents die, she is sent... More > to live in England with her uncle, a crotchety old widower. At first blush Mary is a spoiled, self-absorbed brat - she grew up unloved and unwanted, and is certainly "quite contrary." When she discovers behind high walls a mysterious and unkempt garden on the manor's property, her imagination and emotions begin to awaken. Mary's ability to grow and change after losing everything make it even more profound than a fairy tale. The other characters help her along: one is a good and healthy adult-child relationship, another helps her to recognize and develop her sense of empathy for her fellow kind, and a third teaches her about beauty and a love of nature.< Less