"A sequence of wild, desperate, beautiful and original statements.."
Highly sensitised to the relationship between man and the landscape, and man and the four elements. He has got this marvellous capacity of moving quite effortlessly from today back acros a thousands years, and back again."
Kevin Crossley-Holland is a poet, translator from Anglo-Saxon, librettist, reteller of traditional tale and novelist for children. The Mountains of Norfolk brings together poems from eight previous collections, spare yet sensuous, bearing witness to relationships, history, East Anglia, language and the craft of writing, and the meeting-places of body and spirit. The volume also contains a group of new poems musing on youth and old age, friendship, love and the layers of landscape.
21.5 x 14 cm
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