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The Silver Stream: An Idyl of the Wye - cover

The Silver Stream: An Idyl of the Wye

Fred M. White

Publisher: Good Press

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In 'The Silver Stream: An Idyl of the Wye' by Fred M. White, readers are transported to the picturesque setting of the Wye Valley, where they follow the romantic and adventurous journey of the protagonist. White's descriptive and lyrical writing style beautifully captures the essence of the natural world, making the landscape come alive for the reader. The novel falls within the literary tradition of idyllic pastoral romances, focusing on the themes of love, nature, and personal growth. The soothing and dreamlike quality of White's prose invites readers to escape into a world of serenity and beauty. Fred M. White, a prolific writer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, was known for his ability to weave compelling narratives that resonated with readers. His own love for nature and the English countryside shines through in 'The Silver Stream', showcasing his deep connection to the land and its mysteries. I highly recommend 'The Silver Stream: An Idyl of the Wye' to readers who appreciate eloquent prose, picturesque settings, and timeless themes of love and nature. White's novel is a delightful escape into a world of beauty and tranquility, perfect for those seeking a literary retreat.
Available since: 11/12/2021.
Print length: 34 pages.

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