5 edition of A spicing of birds found in the catalog.
A spicing of birds
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Emily Dickinson ; poems for birders selected and introduced by Jo Miles Schuman and Joanna Bailey Hodgman with illustrations by eighteenth- and nineteenth-century bird artists.|
|Series||A Driftless series book|
|Contributions||Schuman, Jo Miles., Hodgman, Joanna Bailey.|
|LC Classifications||PS1541 .A6 2010a|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010007203|
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A Spicing of Birds is a unique and beautifully illustrated anthology, pairing poems from one of America's most revered poets with evocative classic ornithological art.
Emily Dickinson had a great love of birds--in her collected poems, birds are mentioned /5. Birder lovers and poetry enthusiasts alike have a new hymnal to sing from to trumpet their passions. This small volume, entitled A SPICING OF BIRDS, combines the poetry of Emily Dickinson with the exquisite reproductions of eight naturalist artists who specialized in illustrating the birds that Dickinson wrote about.
It is a superb combination.5/5(8). A Spicing of Birds is a unique and beautifully illustrated anthology, pairing poems from one of America's most revered poets with evocative classic ornithological art. Emily Dickinson had a great love of birds—in her collected poems, birds are mentioned times, sometimes as the core inspiration of the : Wesleyan University Press.
A Spicing of Birds: Poems (A Driftless Series Book) A Spicing of Birds Hardcover – October 4, Manufacturer: Univ Pr of New England. A Spicing of Birds is a unique and beautifully illustrated anthology, pairing poems from one of America's most revered poets with evocative classic ornithological art.
Emily Dickinson had a great love of birds--in her collected poems, birds are mentioned. A Spicing of Birds is a unique and beautifully illustrated anthology, pairing poems from one of America's most revered poets with evocative classic ornithological art.
Emily Dickinson had a great love of birds-in her collected poems, birds are mentioned times, sometimes as the core inspiration of the poem/5(45). A Spicing of Birds is a unique and beautifully illustrated anthology, pairing poems from one of America's most revered poets with evocative classic ornithological art.
Emily Dickinson had a great love of birds-in her collected poems, birds are mentioned. "A driftless series book." Description: xxiv, 86 pages: color illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: List of illustrations --Introduction: Emily Dickinson, intimate of birds --A spicing of birds, poems by Emily Dickinson --Biographical appendix: The bird artists --Acknowledgments --Bibliography --Illustration credits --Index --Index of first lines.
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