The Naturalist in La Plata by W. H. (William Henry) Hudson

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The Naturalist in La Plata
 

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William Henry Hudson, born in South America of American parents, was both a naturalist and a novelist. He chose to serve each of two masters and reached distinction under both. His book The Purple Land (1885) is a story of Uruguay, "the land that England lost." A Crystal Age (1906) is a utopia, a picture of a paragon world. Green Mansions (1904), perhaps his best-known work, is an idyllic allegorical romance of South America. His autobiography, Far Away and Long Ago (1918), has a matchless charm. W. H. Hudson's Diary, 1874: Voyages from Buenos Aires to Southampton contains descriptions of great force and beauty. Hudson is a stylist whose books are rich in beautiful lyric prose. In all his works, he combined a gift for storytelling with a deep feeling for nature.
 
Published July 1, 2004 by Neeland Media LLC. 428 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Science & Math, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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