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A Fool in the Forest by Anthony Pryde and R. K. Weekes 1928

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1928

Category:

Literature

Topic:

Fiction

Author:

Anthony Pryde and R. K. Weekes

Publisher:

Dodd, Mead

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2010166

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A Fool in the Forest by Anthony Pryde and R. K. Weekes 1928 A Fool in the Forest Anthony Pryde R. K. Weekes New York: Dodd Mead and Company 1928 282 pages The pages are clean but tanned, there are no names or other markings except a small store sticker on the rear paste down. The cover is rubbed and faded and has some edge wear. Good. Hardcover. Chapter 1: The Forest, as all good forest dwellers know, is not all oak, ash, and beech. Great tracts of it are moorland, pink in their season with heather, or yellow with gorse; there are hills and windy ridges of fir and pine; dangerous dark waterheads of bog where sundews grow, and myrtle, and the shining fluff of cottongrass; wide river-valleys, and hamlets set in orchards and water meadows, beneath tall pastoral spires. And in the very heart of the woodland itself there are lawns of turf as fine as nap and of an even greenness, tender blades free from the coarse growth of couch grass or even the rosette of a daisy--lawns that must be tended, one would think, by fairy hands, for no man mows them, and there are no sheep to crop them, and the foresters and woodcutters are too few to make much impression on the fresh growth of spring. (#0000884)
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