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The life of the fields ....

Richard Jefferies

The life of the fields ....

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Published by Chatto & Windus in London .
Written in English

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This little book contains a selection of his loveliest writings on the theme of nature, which are made even more appealing by Benjamin Perkins' delicate paintings. The texts included in this volume have been selected from two collections of his essays published in the s: The Life of the Fields and The Open Air.

The pageant of summer -- The field-play -- Bits of oak bark -- Meadow thoughts -- Clematis lane -- Nature near Brighton -- Sea, sky, and down -- January in the Sussex woods -- By the Exe -- The water-colley -- Notes on landscape painting -- Village miners -- Mind under water -- Sport and science -- Nature and the gamekeeper -- The sacrifice to trout -- The Cited by: 4.

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He was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on Decem and named James Field; the family later added the "s".

His father was a sea captain and died before Fields was three. He and his brother were raised by their mother and her siblings, their aunt Mary and uncle George.

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