By David Matless
In the character of Landscape offers local cultural panorama as a brand new course for learn in cultural geography.
- Represents the 1st cultural geographic research of the Norfolk Broads zone of japanese England
- Addresses nearby cultural panorama via attention of narratives of panorama starting place, debates over human behavior, the animal and plant landscapes of the zone, and visions of the ends of panorama via pollutants and flood
- Draws upon in-depth unique study, spanning nearly 20 years of archival paintings, interviews, and box study
- Covers a very good variety of subject matters, from pop culture to medical study, folks music to vacation diaries, making plans survey to pioneering images, and ornithology to children’s literature
- Features quite a few illustrative fabric, together with unique pictures, work, images, advertisements imagery, clinical diagrams, maps, and souvenirs
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Industrial movement. Beet trucked, once by train or wherry. Arable Norfolk in Broadland. West Somerton The top end of the river. Through Martham Broad, the Thurne turning to West Somerton staithe. Free mooring. Permanent boats in still weed beyond. A small green, a village sign. Mill, wherry and church in black metal. Over fields the North Sea, under two miles; forceful waters. There are the dunes, just over there. The Lion, with noted double cod. Wind farmed on the hill. For once you can stand on the waterside, look down, and see clarity.
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Mark Cocker indeed sees The Hill of Summer as pared down ‘to one goal: how can a naturalist capture in words what he or she sees and experiences’ (Cocker 2010: 11). The differing modes of description (at once, in Darby’s terms, both painstaking and illuminating) informing the journals of poet RF Langley further indicate descriptive capacities. Langley’s Journals render detailed observations of landscape, insects, plants, buildings, written at intervals since 1970, wrought prose lending quizzical observation and scrutiny to things, words shuttling between the lyrical and staggered, the reader attentively following the observing writer.
In the Nature of Landscape: Cultural Geography on the Norfolk Broads by David Matless