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The Turquoise Story Book - Stories and Legends of Summer and Nature - cover

The Turquoise Story Book - Stories and Legends of Summer and Nature

Selma Lagerlöf, Rabindranath Tagore, Robert Louis Stevenson, William Shakespeare, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Charles Lamb, Edmund Spenser, John Ruskin, James Russell Lowell, James Whitcomb Riley, Robert Browning, William Blake, John Keats, Albert Bigelow Paine, Helen Gray Cone, Ada M. Skinner, Eleanor L. Skinner, Alfred Tennyson, Henry W. Longfellow, Madison Cawein

Publisher: Good Press

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The Turquoise Story Book stands as a testament to the rich tapestry of literary tradition, weaving together the diverse threads of storytelling from some of the most celebrated names in literature. This collection encapsulates an array of themes ranging from the fantastical and mythical to the deeply human and introspective. It showcases a variety of literary styles, from the poetic grandeur of Tennyson and Shelley to the narrative complexity of Lagerlöf and Stevenson, highlighting the breadth and depth of literary craftsmanship. The anthology curates a dialogue across centuries, bringing together works that, while distinct in voice and context, share a common exploration of the human condition, nature, and the supernatural. The contributing authors and editors represent a panorama of the literary landscape, from the romanticism of Keats and Blake to the classical narratives of Shakespeare and Spenser. This anthology not only stands as a convergence of historical, cultural, and literary movements but also as a reflection of the evolving nature of storytelling. Through the collective genius of these authors, The Turquoise Story Book offers a unique lens through which the continuity and change in literary traditions are observed, illuminating the ways in which these stories resonate with audiences across time. This anthology is recommended for those who wish to immerse themselves in the richness of literary heritage and explore the myriad ways in which stories can be told. It provides a valuable resource for students, scholars, and lovers of literature, offering a comprehensive understanding of the themes that have captivated humanity. Engaging with this collection promises not only educational enrichment but also a deep appreciation for the dialogue between different epochs and the diverse voices that have shaped the literary world.
Available since: 10/25/2023.
Print length: 157 pages.

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