This edition of WH Hudson's novella El Ombú (together with three other stories of the Argentinian pampas: "The Story of a Piebald Horse", "Niño Diablo" and "Marta Riquelme", as well as an appendix to the original tale) includes an extensive critical introduction by Hudson scholar David Miller. W H (William Henry) Hudson was born in Argentina in 1841, the son of Americans of British ancestry, and moved to England in 1874. He was distinguished as both a fiction writer and a naturalist. His literary associates included Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford, R B Cunninghame Graham, George Gissing and Edward Thomas. Hudson died in 192
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|Size: ||564 KB|
|Publisher: ||Reality Street|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781874400707 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|