The Language of the Landscape
A Journey into Lake District History
Angus J. L. Winchester
At the age of five Angus Winchester moved with his family to Cockermouth in the north of the Lake District, close to Buttermere, Loweswater and Crummock Water.
So began a life-long love of a Lakeland valley and a fascination for the history which shaped it.
The Language of the Landscape combines these two in a passionate and scholarly examination of the effect of place on our lives and imagination.
Paperback; 203 x 127mm
Black and white and colour illustrations throughout
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