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The poet as botanist
M. M. Mahood
|LC Classifications||PR508.N3 M35 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007051675|
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The Poet as Botanist 1st Edition by M. Mahood (Author)Cited by: 8. The Poet as Botanist (Paperback) - Common [By (author) M. Mahood] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Examines plants and botany in the writing of D. Lawrence and John Clare, among others.
Besides exploring the relationship between poetic and scientific responses to the green world within the context of humanity's changing concepts of its own place in the ecosphere, Molly Mahood considers the part that flowering plants played in the daily lives and therefore in the literary work of a number of writers who could all be called poet-botanists: Erasmus Darwin, George Crabbe, John Clare, John Ruskin and D.
Lawrence.5/5(2). The Paperback of the The Poet as Botanist by M. Mahood at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more!Pages: The Poet as Botanist by M. Mahood () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all 12 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(2). The poet as botanist.
[M M Mahood] -- "Besides exploring the relationship between poetic and scientific responses to the green world within the context of humanity's changing concepts of its own place in the ecosphere, Molly Mahood. Besides exploring the relationship between poetic and scientific responses to the green world within the context of humanity's changing concepts of its own place in the ecosphere, Molly Mahood considers the part that flowering plants played in the daily lives and therefore in the literary work of a number of writers who could all be called poet-botanists: Erasmus Darwin, George Crabbe, John Clare, John Ruskin and D.
by: 8. THE POET AS BOTANIST For centuries, poets have been ensnared – as one of their number, Andrew Marvell, put it – by the beauty of flowers. Then, from the middle of the eighteenth century onward, that enjoyment was enriched by a surge of popular interest in botany.
Besides exploring the relationship between poetic and scientific responses to the green. The Botanist by L.K. Hill is a suspense novel with a twist.
I was given an ARC of this book, so I will assume that the grammar errors will be fixed in the final copy. The crimes at the center of the mystery are pretty gruesome and disturbing/5(59).
Poetry, novella Adelbert von Chamisso (German pronunciation: [ˈaːdl̩bɛʁt fɔn ʃaˈmɪso] ; 30 January – 21 August ) was a German poet and botanist, author of Peter Schlemihl, a famous story about a man who sold his shadow.
Mahood, The Poet as Botanist M. Mahood, The Poet as Botanist (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ). xi + pp; 8 illustrations. £ hb. ISBN This eminently readable labour of love offers some of the serendipity of an anthology, but with a structured critical focus.
Book Description Exploring the work of writers including D. Lawrence, John Clare, George Crabbe and Ted Hughes, Molly Mahood considers the responses of poets to botany in its Georgian and Victorian heyday, and to the ecology that has largely replaced s: 2.
The poet as botanist. [M M Mahood] -- For centuries, poets have been ensnared - as one of their number, Andrew Marvell put it - by the beauty of flowers. Then, from the middle of the eighteenth century onward, that enjoyment was enriched.
Review of the book The Poet as Botanist by M. Mahood. Repository Citation. Milligan, B. The Poet as Botanist by M.
Mahood (Review). Annals of Science, 68 (2), https://corescholar Author: Barry Milligan. Erasmus Darwin (—) was a doctor, inventor, scientist, philosopher, and poet. Inhe published The Botanic Garden, a Poem in Two Parts and thereby inaugurated the Poetic Botany movement, which included authors like Frances Arabella Rowden, Charlotte Smith, and.
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Robbie has divided the book according to flower colour and then deconstructed and photographed some of the most popular flowers with his own little narrative. A s flower enthusiast I enjoyed this book, and I enjoy painting from it too/5(25).
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The Poet as Botanist. By M. M. Mahood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xi + p. 8 b. & w. illus. £50 (hb). ISBN ‐0‐‐‐3. The Poet as Botanist makes a valuable contribution to research on the interrelation between botany and literary production, which has been a swiftly developing area of scholarship over the past decade.
Mahood opens her work with.