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Greene Ferne Farm Greene Ferne Farm
Richard Jefferies based many of his scenes on the people and places that he knew around his birthplace and home at Coate in north Wiltshire. Richard wrote to a publisher about an early version of Greene Ferne Farm as follows: If the plot be subtracted I think I may say that nine tenths of my novel is...
The Interpreter: A Biography.. The Interpreter: A Biography..
For over forty years, Audrey Smiths biography of Richard Jefferies was been hidden away. In 2007 her son, John, discovered the volume of research undertaken by his mother that included this work. He donated a copy of the typescript to the Richard Jefferies Society and noted that: Though time has moved...
The Scarlet Shawl The Scarlet Shawl
The Scarlet Shawl (1874) is the first and the slightest of the three published early novels, but in some ways the most charming. It is a tale of how the young and likeable Nora loses her admirer and would-be lover, Percival. She nearly drifts into a loveless marriage, only to be rescued by luck and her...
Richard Jefferies Letters to.. Richard Jefferies Letters to..
In his letters to Aunt Ellen Harrild, written between 1856 and 1873, Richard Jefferies recalls his memories of Sydenham where he lived with his aunt during early childhood. He recounts his uncles electric machine, Christmas parties at Round Hill House and visits to Hastings and Lewes with his aunt and...
Amaryllis at the Fair Amaryllis at the Fair
This edition of Amaryllis at the Fair , with an introduction by Carolyn Clarke, was published on 6 November 2009 (originally published in 1887 the year of Richard Jefferies' premature death from tuberculosis.) There is a strong auto-biographical element portrayed in the scenes of country life set at...
The Dewy Morn The Dewy Morn
This edition of The Dewy Morn , with an introduction by Rebecca Welshman, was published in 2009. The Dewy Morn was first published in 1884. It is a love story set in the foothills of the Marlborough Downs in north Wiltshire where Jefferies was born and raised. The plot centres on the beautiful Felise...
World's End World's End
World's End (1877) is the last and best of the three novels Richard Jefferies published under the Tinsley Bros imprint. It opens with a compelling foundation-myth of the manufacturing city of Stirmingham, whose phenomenal growth is ironically traced back to the activities of a water-rat. The plot centres...
Ben Tubbs Adventures Ben Tubbs Adventures
Ben Tubbs Adventures is Richard Jefferies earliest extant work of any length, probably written in his late teens. It is a quest novel of voyage and adventure, and his first essay in a genre to which he was naturally drawn. It was probably influenced by the greatest quest story of them all, Homers Odyssey...
The Farmer's World: Richard .. The Farmer's World: Richard ..
The Farmer's World comprises all the articles by Jefferies published in The Live Stock Journal along with an introduction by Eric Jones. The articles are forthright, almost campaigning, often urging readers to reconsider their conservative ways, to be innovative, to seek commercial opportunities and...
Adventures in the Vale of th.. Adventures in the Vale of th..
Adventures in the Vale of the White Horse: 'Jefferies Land' by Kate Tryon Kate Tryon visited Jefferies Land six times in the early 1900s. She was an ardent admirer of the nature writing of Richard Jefferies and followed his philosophy of life. Having re-read his works many times, she wanted to capture...
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