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How the young poet, shaped by revolutionary politics, taught us to love the living world.
A new poem by Kathleen Jamie.
An entire peasant class was removed to make way for sheep. But this was not confined to the Highlands – it occurred the length and breadth of the country.
In all the hysteria, the voices of Gypsies themselves are hard to find.
Aided by meterologists, the author embarked on a series of “wind-walks”.
Story of author's time with his family in the island nation details a political awakening.
Marcus Sedgwick's Snow doesn't just tell us the science of the white stuff – it explores its place in our culture.
"I, my mother’s daughter, / took up a pen, hard-nibbed / and therefore equal / to the task. . ."
“It’s nothing to us”, you might shrug...