Winter: A Season in Verse Audiobook, by various authors Play Audiobook Sample

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Author: various authors Narrator: Gideon Wagner Publisher: Copyright Group Audio Length: Release Date: February 2014 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781780002811

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Winter: the time of the year when the nights close in and the temperature drops below freezing. It seems like a season that everyone struggles to get through, only enduring it because of the promise of spring’s return. For many, however, it is the bounty of Christmas that steals their attention; for others, it is the renewal of the New Year. But for nature it is pause for breath, to take stock of what has gone by in the year and ready itself for the energies and dramatic development that spring will bring. Winter has its beauty too: the frost covered ground, the grey swell of the sea, and the bleak yet beautiful stark landscape.

Our collection of poems brings together the talents of many beloved poets such as Thomas Hardy, Robert Browning, Emily Dickinson, Daniel Sheehan, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Emily Bronte, to catalog and celebrate this season.

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About the Author

Emily Rankin is an audio narrator and winner of two AudioFile Earphones Awards.

About the Narrator

Ghizela Rowe has worked in broadcast television for thirty years on a broad range of programming. Her specialization is in music. She helps run the Copyright Group, an extensive collection of master recording rights, and has lent her voice to many audiobooks, including The Poetry of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Elizabeth Gaskell: The Short Stories, and The Romantics: An Introduction.