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Download Poets of Nature: A Meditation on the Human Connection with Earth Audiobook (Unabridged)

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It is hard to top the pleasure of a woodland walk in Spring - unless of course you have a lyric poet as your guide. Now that is possible with Poets of Nature. Let Walt Whitman, John Keats, Emily Dickinson, Henry David Thoreau, Emily Bronte, and Ralph Waldo Emerson take you into that realm of Nature where we seldom wander. Drawing upon the treasury of classical poetry, Poets of Nature explores the deep green paths of nature with some of the world's most distinguished poets.

This audio seeks to guide us back from the confines of a human constructed world to one that we are more at home and in harmony with. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author
Author Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman (1819-1892) was the son of a carpenter. His formal schooling ended at age eleven, when he was apprenticed to a printer in Brooklyn. He spent the next two decades as a printer, freelance writer, and editor in New York. In 1855, at his own expense, he published the first edition of Leaves of Grass, which would mark him as the major poetic voice of an emerging America. Whitman would go on expanding and revising it for the rest of his life, with the final edition appearing in 1892, the year of his death.