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by Henry B. Kane,Wyman Richardson

Author: Henry B. Kane,Wyman Richardson
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Countryman Press; Reprint edition (January 2003)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.7
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First published in 1947, The House on Nauset Marsh presaged later authors who di Dr. Wyman Richardson . Both gifts from my sister, thank you!)

First published in 1947, The House on Nauset Marsh presaged later authors who di Dr. Wyman Richardson lived the life of a busy, and distinguished, physician, practicing in Boston and teaching at the Harvard Medical School, but here is recorded his other lifethe one closest to his heart. Cape Cod, and, more specifically, his humble farmhouse on Nauset Marsh, was his refuge. Both gifts from my sister, thank you!)

A classic of Cape Cod literature and a great piece of nature writing, The House on Nauset Marsh is a lyrical .

A classic of Cape Cod literature and a great piece of nature writing, The House on Nauset Marsh is a lyrical, poignant and often humorous work of a much-loved land. A physician and writer, naturalist and ornithologist, Dr. Wyman Richardson spent many years of his life on Cape Cod. His HOUSE ON NAUSET MARSH, first published in 1947, is one of the great classic of Cape Cod literature and a fine piece of nature writing-a lyrical, keenly observed portrait of a much loved land and its inhabitants.

Wyman Richardson (3 August 1896, Marion, Massachusetts – 1953, Boston) was an American physician, medical school professor, amateur naturalist, and author, known for his 1947 book The House on Nauset Marsh. His father was the noted surgeon Dr. Maurice Howe Richardson. Wyman Richardson graduated with . from Harvard University in 1917 and went on to earn an . from Harvard Medical School. He married Charlotte Billings and was the father of several children.

A simply wonderful book. The book describes the year spent in a tiny wooden house built on the sand dunes at the outermost edge of Cape Cod. The book filled me with a longing for a simpler life, spent closer to nature. Henry Beston is such an acute observer of the natural world & is equally acute about human beings. He tells of his friendship with the coast guards who patrol the wild beach, withbtheboften raging Atlantic Ocean always close, always to be watched.

Author: Wyman Richardson, Henry B. Kane. One of the great classics of Cape Cod literature and a fine piece of nature writing-a lyrical, keenly observed portrait of a much loved land and its inhabitants. Dr. Wyman Richardson lived the busy life of a distinguished physician, practicing in Boston and teaching at the Harvard Medical School, but here is recorded his other life-the life closest to his heart. Cape Cod, and more specifically, his humble farmhouse on Nauset Marsh, was his "earthly paradise" and the site of many keen observations and reflections on the natural world.

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His HOUSE ON NAUSET MARSH, first published in 1947, is one of the great classic of Cape Cod literature and a fine piece of nature writing-a lyrical, keenly observed portrait of a much loved land and its inhabitants. Category:Nature, Essays. Publisher: Publication Date:01/01/1901.

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A classic of Cape Cod literature and a great piece of nature writing, The House on Nauset Marsh is a lyrical .

A classic of Cape Cod literature and a great piece of nature writing, The House on Nauset Marsh is a lyrical, poignant and often humorous work of a much-loved land and the people who called it home in a simpler time.

One of the great classics of Cape Cod literature and a fine piece of nature writing--a lyrical, keenly observed portrait of a much loved land and its inhabitants. Dr. Wyman Richardson lived the busy life of a distinguished physician, practicing in Boston and teaching at the Harvard Medical School, but here is recorded his other life--the life closest to his heart. Cape Cod, and more specifically, his humble farmhouse on Nauset Marsh, was his "earthly paradise" and the site of many keen observations and reflections on the natural world. Nothing escaped Wyman Richardson's eyes--the changing moods of the land and sea, the dozens of species of birds in the salt marshes and woods, and the personalties and stories of the Cape Codders he knew are all recorded here.