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The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White

The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White
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The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White
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This is a classic work, never out of print since its first publication over 200 years ago.Naturalists, those who observed nature, especially the living things, corresponded with each other and told each other of their findings. From these collected writings books were composed. There were no university departments dealing with natural history in those days. Gilbert White was a clergyman in a parish in the south of England, and the book consists of two series of letters he wrote to two fellow naturalists. These kept his letters, but their replies to him are lost. He was a man of some wealth and his parish duties were not onerous, so he had considerable leisure to devote to the study of nature in his parish.Most of his observations were made in his parish. Though long since overtaken by modern science this book should be read at least once by everyone interested in the study of nature as it tells of a time when the chief scientific instruments were a sharp eye and a sharp ear.


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