And lastly, William Condry's Welsh Country Essays. I'd long known of the late Bill Condry, the former Guardian nature diarist, but hadn't read many of his essays. These are the stuff of brilliance: sharp and heartfelt, deeply rooted in the landscape and beautiful in their simplicity. Condry is the George Orwell of the natural world - watching, wondering and gently educating as describes what.
Fifty-three years ago last Saturday, the first “Country Diary” by William Moreton Condry for what was then the Manchester Guardian was published. Now Mancunians have always been liberal and broad church, so extending an invitation to contribute to our local paper to a naturalist who was Welsh-based and a Brummie by birth was perhaps not so extraordinary a gesture, and it turned out to be a.
Welsh Country Essays by William M. Condry Welsh Country Essays. by William M. Condry ISBN 13: 9781859023952. Format: Paperback (136 pages) Publisher: Gomer Press Published: Jun 1996.
William Condry, the Welsh naturalist and author of the Thoreau volume in the “Great Naturalists Series,” said in his address at the annual meeting of the Thoreau Society in 1981, “As for Thoreau’s reception in Britain, it seems generally accepted that the people of Old England were quicker than those of New England to appreciate Thoreau’s true worth.” 3 Walter Harding had said much.
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