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The Running Hare: The Secret Life of Farmland (edition 2017)
by John Lewis-Stempel (Author)
The Running Hare: The secret life of farmland by John Lewis-Stempel
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The running hare is natural history close up and personal. It is the closely observed study of the plants and animals that live in and under plough land, from the labouring microbes to the patrolling kestrel above the corn, of field mice in nests woven to crop steams, and the hare now running for his life. It is a history of the field, which is really the story of our landscape and us, a people for whom the plough has informed every part of life: our language and religion, our holidays and our food. And it is the story of a field, once moribund and now transformed.
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