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New. Using conversations with people who live and work on the River Dart in Devon as a poetic census, Alice Oswald creates a narrative of the river, tracking its life from source to sea. The voices are varied and idiomatic-poacher, ferryman, sewage worker, mill worker, forester and swimmers. Num Pages: 64 pages. BIC Classification: DCF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 198 x 128 x 6. Weight in Grams: 94. 2002. Main. Paperback.....We ship daily from our Bookshop.
New. Over the past three years Alice Oswald has been recording conversations with people who live and work on the River Dart in Devon. Using these records and voices as a sort of poetic census, she creates a narrative of the river, tracking its life from source to sea. The voices are wonderfully varied a.
Very Good. Book. Inscribed by Author(s) A bright, tight edition inscribed to author, Simon Winchester on the front endpaper. Aqua paper wraps are firmly bound; lightly soiled from handling; a ding at spine end. Pages are unmarked throughout.
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