The English Landscape Is A Stunning Volume Of Essays And Photographs Celebrating The Breadth, Diversity, And Delicacy Of The English Countryside A Distinguished Selection Of Writers Such As The Duchess Of Devonshire, Richard Mabey, Anna Parord, Christopher Lloyd, Robin Hanbury Tenbison, Marina Warner, Dame Jennifer Jenkins, And David Bellamy Pay Homage To Their Favorite Parts Of The English Landscape Complete With Color Photographs And Maps, The English Landscape Will Engage Anglophiles, Travel Enthusiasts, And Literature Buffs Alike Good book, provided details for specific part of England There is one big map on the front that shows the division It s interesting to know that each of those areas has a name of its own The text is little bit dry, but I like the pictures and detailed map given, so definitely this is a book worth keeping As for printing quality, it s decent The paper is thick and glossy Some maps and pictures covers a whole page, but most are small Still, I think there is something lacking Perhaps, it s because this book is quite old. Love this book Lots of little essays you can read and learn things from Garienos has it and whenever I go to his house I read another chapter on another bit of the UK we have visited I ve been visiting for nearly 6 years and I still dipping into the book, just wish they would make a paperback.
William McGuire Bill Bryson, OBE, FRS was born in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1951 He settled in England in 1977, and worked in journalism until he became a full time writer He lived for many years with his English wife and four children in North Yorkshire He and his family then moved to New Hampshire in America for a few years, but they have now returned to live in the UK.In The Lost Continent, Bil
- The English Landscape: Its Character and Diversity
- Bill Bryson
- 16 August 2018 Bill Bryson