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A Crystal Age By W.H. Hudson
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A Crystal Age is a utopian novel/ Dystopia written by W. H. Hudson, first published in 1887. The book has been called a "significant S-F milestone" and has been noted for its anticipation... More > of the "modern ecological mysticism" that would evolve a century later.< Less
Green Mansions By W.H. Hudson
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When Abel, a stranger from Europe, visits the deep Amazonian jungle, he discovers Rima, the mysterious "Bird Girl". W.H. Hudson's novel is justly famed for the poetic, mystical and... More > other-worldly feelings it evokes in its description of the rainforest and its denizens---and the mysterious girl who seems to embody its spirit. Originally published in 1904.< Less
Far Away and Long Ago: A History of My Early Life (Hardcover) By W. H. Hudson
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The autobiography of W. H. Hudson contains unique and sensuous insights into his early life in provincial Argentina during the mid-19th century. By the time he published this retrospective account... More > of his formative years, W. H. Hudson was a highly respected and famous naturalist and ornithologist, responsible for the expansion and development of both disciplines. He was also a novelist, publishing tales of romantic adventure to praise. Although he held a special love for his native Argentina, and the Patagonia region of South America, Hudson would permanently migrate to England in 1874, remaining there for most of his remaining years. His studies and comparisons of the avian species of Britain and his native land were welcomed by the academic establishment in the UK, who found Hudson's papers well-researched and informed by their author's origins.< Less
Far Away and Long Ago: A History of My Early Life By W. H. Hudson
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The autobiography of W. H. Hudson contains unique and sensuous insights into his early life in provincial Argentina during the mid-19th century. By the time he published this retrospective account... More > of his formative years, W. H. Hudson was a highly respected and famous naturalist and ornithologist, responsible for the expansion and development of both disciplines. He was also a novelist, publishing tales of romantic adventure to praise. Although he held a special love for his native Argentina, and the Patagonia region of South America, Hudson would permanently migrate to England in 1874, remaining there for most of his remaining years. His studies and comparisons of the avian species of Britain and his native land were welcomed by the academic establishment in the UK, who found Hudson's papers well-researched and informed by their author's origins.< Less

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