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Thu Oct 16 18:01:42 2014 UTClccn-n791189130.08A little boy lost,0.430.93El mundo maravilloso de Guillermo Enrique Hudson7391698William_Henry_Hudsonn 79118913414911350574Hadsôn, W. H. 1841-1922Harford, Henry.Harford, Henry 1841-1922Hudson, Guillermo Enrique.Hudson Guillermo Enrique 1841-1922Hudson, W. H.Hudson, William H. 1841-1922Hudson, William HenryHudson, William Henry 1841-1922ハドスン, W. Hハドスン, ウィリアム・ヘンリハドソンlccn-no89003337Roberts, Morley1857-1942auiedtlccn-n50013683Tomalin, Ruthlccn-n85830437Kauffer, E. McKnight(Edward McKnight)1890-1954illlccn-n92065229Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n88244905Frederick, John T.(John Towner)1893-1975lccn-n50015175Garnett, Edward1868-1937edtlccn-n79141369Cunninghame Graham, R. B.(Robert Bontine)1852-1936lccn-n82020779Shrubsall, Denniscomedtlccn-n81072746Covarrubias, Miguel1904-1957lccn-no2014041270Thordarson CollectionHudson, W. H.(William Henry)1841-1922FictionBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryJuvenile worksGuidebooksLove storiesRecords and correspondenceBibliographyAdventure storiesHudson, W. H.--(William Henry),Rain forestsSouth AmericaTravelWild womenNatural historyArgentinaUruguayBritishNaturalistsGreat BritainNovelists, EnglishBirdsEnglandSouth America--PatagoniaManners and customsUtopiasEngland--WiltshireAnimal behaviorHomesVenezuelaZoologyMan-woman relationshipsArgentina--PampasEngland--SussexEngland--Land's EndEngland--Cornwall (County)Authors, EnglishLiteratureEnglish essaysNational characteristics, Argentine, in literatureArgentine literatureGauchos in literatureGauchosIndians of South AmericaShepherdsCountry lifeLynch, Benito,Gerchunoff, Alberto,Brockway, Wallace,English fictionNature in literatureWhitman, Walt,Blake, William,Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich,James, Henry,Chaucer, Geoffrey,Emerson, Ralph Waldo,James, William,Fantasy fiction, English184119221868186918711872187318741883188518861887188818901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014498036522995823.8PR6015.U23ocn005818153ocn701575058ocn019008102ocn042666104ocn852772643ocn038531195ocn156698737ocn467247907ocn253707800ocn27392540710334362ocn049294333book19000.27Hudson, W. HGreen mansions a romance of the tropical forestComic books, strips, etcFictionAdventure storiesLove storiesBased on the naturalist-author's extensive travels in South America, this is the romance of the bird girl, Rima+-+83378374652424120ocn669493894book19000.50Hudson, W. HThe purple land being the narrative of one Richard Lamb's adventures in the Banda Orientál, in South America, as told by himselfFictionAdventure storiesLove storiesRichard Lamb, a young Englishman, marries a teenage Argentinian girl, Paquita, without asking her father's permission, and is forced to flee to Uruguay with his bride. Lamb leaves his young wife with a relative while he sets off for eastern Uruguay to find work for himself. He soon becomes embroiled in adventures with the Uruguayan gauchos and romances with local women. Lamb unknowingly helps a rebel guerrilla general, Santa Coloma, escape from prison and joins his cause. However, the rebels are defeated in battle and Lamb has to flee in disguise. He helps Demetria, the daughter of an old rebel leader, escape from her persecutors and returns to Montevideo. Lamb, Paquita, Demetria and Santa Coloma evade their government pursuers by slipping away on a boat bound for Buenos Aires+-+K977364475197379ocn678591539file18870.39Hudson, W. HA crystal ageFictionAn explorer falls down a cliff and wakes up in a very different time and place+-+2696899006192163ocn051609612file19170.30Hudson, W. HThe book of a naturalistThis collection of essays charmingly captures Hudson's deep love of nature. Classics of nature writing, essays such as Life in a Pine Wood," The Beauty of the Fox," The Discontented Squirrel," The Toad as Traveller," and others are invaluable texts for any nature lover94252ocn002158206book19090.37Hudson, W. HAfoot in EnglandW. H. Hudson's account of his rambles through rural England. In these vignettes, the renowned naturalist shows that he is a keen student of the human being, as well as of the animals and birds he loves so much+-+79753215469343ocn679998957file19040.26Hudson, W. HThe purple land being one Richard Lamb's adventures in the Banda Orientál, in South America, as told by himselfFictionTravel with dashing protagonist Richard Lamb as he explores the then-largely untraveled vistas of South America. Although he was a product of the period of British imperialism, author William Henry Hudson paints an unusually sympathetic and sensitive portrait of the inhabitants of Uruguay and nearby regions. This masterwork of colonial-era literature is a fascinating read for fans of the action-adventure genre+-+738369022632489743ocn001518387book18930.50Hudson, W. HIdle days in PatagoniaHudson's classic travel memoir recalls the achievement of a lifelong dream: to visit Patagonia. His adventure in this remote region fulfilled not only a private dream, but also a scientific mission, mainly focused on his ornithological interests. This extraordinary narrative of his year-long visit combines history, nature, reflection, and anecdotes about local life+-+080957390589053ocn001739263book19050.08Hudson, W. HA little boy lostJuvenile worksFictionRelates a little boy's many strange adventures when he wanders too far from home and becomes lost+-+178930806632486438ocn001472472book19210.53Hudson, W. HA traveller in little thingsAnecdotesSketches, reprinted in part from various periodicals about his travels around England+-+153856469682837ocn001514954book19220.56Hudson, W. HA hind in Richmond ParkThe book is rich in anecdote, but richer in self-revelation." So wrote one reviewer about W. H. Hudson's A Hind in Richmond Park , one of his finest volumes of nature writing. Brimming with beauty and wisdom, Hudson's keen observations about plants, trees, insects, birds, and wild beasts continues to enthrall readers passionate about the natural world80270ocn001541050book18920.59Hudson, W. HThe naturalist in La PlataW. H. Hudson grew up on the Argentinean pampas, studying the wildlife of the region and honing his observational skills. An extraordinarily talented writer, Hudson's prose brings the region to life in The Naturalist in La Plata , a natural history brimming with Hudson's portraits of the birds and beasts of the beautiful La Plata. Hudson's deep respect for the environment is apparent here; as he often mourns the nature man has destroyed+-+557510159672134ocn001066749book19010.37Hudson, W. HBirds and ManNaturalist W. H. Hudson is renowned for his extraordinary studies of birds and bird behavior as well as for his excellent prose. In Birds and Man , Hudson collects his observations of birds in England into chapters titled "Birds at Their Best", "Parrot Gossip, "The Secret of the Willow Wren", "Ravens in Somerset" and more69070ocn002704231book19100.53Hudson, W. HA shepherd's life : impressions of the South Wiltshire downsHistoryW. H. Hudson's frequent rambles around the English countryside resulted in several captivating travel narratives and helped inspire the back-to-nature movement of the 1920s and 1930s. A Shepherd's Life is a collection of Hudson's impressions of the land and people of the South Wiltshire Downs including the shepherds who roam the region with their flocks, their relationships with their dogs, and the hardship of everyday life+-+103184694567722ocn013625821book19160.37Hudson, W. HTales of the PampasFictionW. H. Hudson grew up on the pampas of Argentina, a region that remained close to his heart even after he moved to England. In Tales of the Pampas, Hudson draws upon his childhood memories to create these six magical short stories about the landscape, the gauchos, and the area that impressed him for the rest of his life66141ocn001838522book19130.50Hudson, W. HAdventures among birdsOrnithologist and naturalist W. H. Hudson's Adventures Among Birds is an engaging account of the remarkable behavior he's observed among birds. Here is a lonely swan who befriends a trout; a gander who herds his fellow geese into a fox-proof enclosure every evening; and a flock of lapwings who playfully splash newcomers to their group60242ocn001454175book19000.70Hudson, W. HNature in downlandGuidebooks+-+666853159656726ocn001574122book19200.74Hudson, W. HBirds of La Plata55348ocn001651468book18850.50Hudson, W. HThe purple landFictionThe author makes use of a very slight plot to bind together the narrative of his wanderings through the Spanish American Countries+-+758456769655034ocn001398562book19020.56Hudson, W. HBirds in town & village, by W.H. HudsonIn his introduction, Hudson explains his book as a series of impressions and essays of bird life. The offerings range from impressions of birds in rural settings to the cruelty of wearing feathers as fashion in Britain. The descriptive section titles include Birds in a Village," Exotic Birds for Britain," and In an Old Garden."54829ocn001653674book19080.59Hudson, W. HThe Land's EndW. H. Hudson “rambled around England for many years; those travels were captured in his delightful narrative Afoot in England. He finally came upon Cornwall, and the visit resulted in the captivating Land's End, a portrait of the region and the people who live there—and a must-read for anyone passionate about traveling in the United Kingdom+-+2183433905203162ocn000365459book19180.39Hudson, W. HFar away and long agoHistoryBiographyW. H. Hudson's Far Away and Long Ago , an enthralling memoir of his boyhood in Argentina, where he acquired his love of nature, has become a classic. Hudson's rich descriptions of his experiences growing up on the pampas, teeming with birds and wildlife, as well as of ranch life and gauchos, leap off the pages of this unforgettable memoir+-+0076232545324112313ocn009646795book19540.53Tomalin, RuthW.H. Hudson : a biographyBiography7842ocn000363887book19720.47Frederick, John TWilliam Henry HudsonCriticism, interpretation, etc5368ocn001612012book19240.63Roberts, MorleyW.H. Hudson, a portraitBiography5314ocn000368130book19540.56Haymaker, Richard EFrom pampas to hedgerows and downs : a study of W.H. HudsonHistoryBiography42124ocn828932024book19100.53Hudson, W. HA shepherd's life : impressions of the South Wiltshire downsHistoryW. H. Hudson's frequent rambles around the English countryside resulted in several captivating travel narratives and helped inspire the back-to-nature movement of the 1920s and 1930s. A Shepherd's Life is a collection of Hudson's impressions of the land and people of the South Wiltshire Downs including the shepherds who roam the region with their flocks, their relationships with their dogs, and the hardship of everyday life+-+10318469454204ocn705945394file20110.74Huberman, ArianaGauchos and foreigners glossing culture and identity in the Argentine countrysideHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIn Gauchos and Foreigners: Glossing Culture and Identity in the Argentine Countryside Ariana Huberman discusses the relationship between the gaucho figure and the "foreigner" in Argentine rural literature. The narratives of William Henry Hudson, Benito Lynch and Alberto Gerchunoff present English scientists and travelers, as well as Jewish and Italian immigrants, in direct contact with the gaucho in the Argentine and Uruguayan countryside. The book shows how the intent to define and translate termsfrom the national glossary the gaucho, his lifestyle and habitat and from "foreign" cultures, ult+-+01549648253243988ocn001027954book19220.77Wilson, George FrancisA bibliography of the writings of W.H. HudsonBibliography3893ocn002044961book19460.66Hamilton, RobertW.H. Hudson; the vision of earthCriticism, interpretation, etc3541ocn000815014book19740.59Goddard, Harold ClarkeAlphabet of the imagination; literary essays of Harold Clarke GoddardCriticism, interpretation, etc33812ocn000320288book18930.50Hudson, W. HIdle days in PatagoniaHudson's classic travel memoir recalls the achievement of a lifelong dream: to visit Patagonia. His adventure in this remote region fulfilled not only a private dream, but also a scientific mission, mainly focused on his ornithological interests. This extraordinary narrative of his year-long visit combines history, nature, reflection, and anecdotes about local life+-+79753309362782ocn002943830book19770.79Payne, John RW.H. Hudson : a bibliography2635ocn020130745book19890.82Miller, DavidW.H. Hudson and the elusive paradiseCriticism, interpretation, etc2504ocn013269831book19800.77Ronner, Amy DW.H. Hudson : the man, the novelist, the naturalistBiographyWilliam Henry Hudson (1841-1922) was born in Argentina of New England parents, lived in London for over forty-five years and actually became a British subject in 1900. Although the publication of Green Mansions in 1904 and the unveiling in Hyde Park of the controversial Rima Memorial sculptured by Jacob Epstein in 1925 expanded an always small readership, Hudson's loyal following consisted mainly of other writers who championed him as the great stylist--Edward Garnett, Edward Thomas, Morley Roberts2123ocn297147107book20090.88Schmitt, CannonDarwin and the memory of the human : evolution, savages, and South AmericaCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this original and wide-ranging study, Cannon Schmitt shows how Darwin and other Victorian naturalists transformed encounters with South America and its indigenous peoples into influential accounts of biological and historical change+-+45101267051922ocn000720694book19230.74Hudson, W. HLetters from W.H. Hudson, 1901-19221875ocn002505562book19250.79Hudson, W. HMen, books and birdsRecords and correspondence1786ocn000776936book19510.93Martínez Estrada, EzequielEl mundo maravilloso de Guillermo Enrique Hudson1654ocn003525335book19230.86Hudson, W. H153 letters from W.H. HudsonRecords and correspondence1562ocn004932676book19780.82Shrubsall, DennisW.H. Hudson : writer and naturalistBiography+-+7383690226324+-+7383690226324Thu Oct 16 15:04:16 EDT 2014batch69474