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Autumn is a time of transformation. Crisp, clear days mark summer’s close and usher in a new season with its rich scents and vivid palette, leaves flaming red and gold by day, bonfires and fireworks lighting up the lengthening nights. There is abundance, as humans and animals make stores for the winter; and there is decay, which gives rise to the next cycle of life.

In prose and poetry from across the British Isles, Autumn captures both the exhilaration and the melancholy of this turning point in the year. Featuring original writing by Horatio Clare, John Lewis-Stempel and Amy Liptrot, classic extracts from the work of Ted Hughes, Helen Macdonald and Nan Shepherd, and a wealth of fresh new voices, Autumn is an evocative celebration of the year’s decline – and new beginnings.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4113 KB
  • Print Length: 194 pages
  • Publisher: Elliott & Thompson (25 Aug. 2016)
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01G43GEAG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

Delightful seasonal series.

 on 11 June 2017
By Amazon Customer
Lovely book, bought for my wife and she loves it. Great content, great feel to the book and cover.

Five Stars

 on 14 April 2017
By Amazon Customer
A great book and interesting, you can dive into it almost anywhere. A good book to read whilst travelling.

Enjoyed ready no this anthology and brought a copy for …

 on 12 January 2017
By Silverdash
Enjoyed ready no this anthology and brought a copy for a friends birthday. I’ve also received the Winter Anthology as a Christmas present.

Beautiful

 on 10 November 2016
By Xx
This is a really beautiful book, great for dipping in and out of and with a really cosy feel.

Excellent seasonal read

 on 6 October 2016
By Amazon Customer
Excellent seasonal read – highly recommended

Five Stars

 on 7 November 2016
By Charlotte Hughes
Beautiful book!

Wonderful

 on 31 August 2016
By JimBob55
Simply wonderful collection. So many great pieces old and new. And it’s a beautiful book – highly recommended.

A vibrant anthology of a favourite season

 on 5 November 2016
By Michelle Ryles
You couldn’t mistake which season this book is about as the writing is so colourful that it could only be Autumn. I’ve previously read the hopeful new beginnings of Spring and the warm lazy days of Summer so naturally the clear crisp days of Autumn would follow.

There’s something rather special about these beautifully expressive little books…

 on 17 October 2016
By jaffareadstoo
There’s something rather special about these beautifully expressive little books which look at the changing of the seasons in terms of articles, poems and general observations, all of which combine to celebrate this most glorious of seasons.It’s one of those books which you can pick up at whim and find something which brings to life the colour and the fruitfulness of Autumn.
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