Reading notes from walnut tree farm feels like you are having a conversation across the bounderies of paper and death with the late naturalist not the famous cineast roger deakin roger deakin was a kind person who never lost his inner child when it came to his wonder anarchy and respect for nature. Review notes from walnut tree farm roger deakinthe diaries of naturalist roger deakin convey the joyful liberation he found in life in rural suffolk writes olivia laing. Notes from walnut tree farm has been assembled from the notebooks that deakin wrote during the last six years of his life yet this is far from being a collection of his leftovers and laundry lists as deakin mentions at one point he would have preferred to be a jotter than a writer. Notes from walnut tree farm by roger deakin hamish hamilton 20 310 pages ft bookshop price 16 the foundation of a first class talent is eyesight perception the first class writer always has first class eyes those who observe quickly and vividly hold us with the details they see. Roger deakins third book is a wonderful portrait of an incredibly civilised man someone capable of paying the most careful patient and informed attention to all the natural life surrounding him writes elizabeth jane howard
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