Robert Macfarlane

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I spent two years gathering as many of our place-terms and nature-words as possible, from more than thirty languages and dialects around Britain and Ireland, and then releasing them back into imaginative circulation. Without words, the landscape can easily become a blandscape: generalised, indifferent, unobserved.feedback
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Mar 10 2017
Robert Macfarlane has most recently been quoted in an article called The British should talk about the weather more, says academic as he attempts to revive dead words. Robert Macfarlane said, “I spent two years gathering as many of our place-terms and nature-words as possible, from more than thirty languages and dialects around Britain and Ireland, and then releasing them back into imaginative circulation. Without words, the landscape can easily become a blandscape: generalised, indifferent, unobserved.”.
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