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Beneath my feet : writers on walking / introduced and edited by Duncan Minshull.

Contributor(s): Minshull, Duncan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN6071.W3 B46 2018Publication: Cumbria : Notting Hill Editions, 2018Description: xix, 169 p. : ill.ISBN: 1910749982; 9781910749982.Subject(s): Walking -- Literary collections
Contents:
Introduction / Duncan Minshull -- Ready for anything / Ernest Delahaye -- Few people walk well / Frank Tatchell -- I walk for health and salvation / Søren Aaby Kierkegaard -- I walk because senses are heightened / Nicholas Shakespeare -- I walk for thoughts, experiences, arrivals / Rebecca Solnit -- The dog and I / Lucy Hughes-Hallett -- I wanted for nothing / Chevalier de la Tocnaye -- Barefoot through bogs and only a pair of shorts / John Hillaby -- The coat will go back to the cupboard / A. H. Sidgwick -- And I walk for a secret feeling of poetic capacity / Xavier de Maistre -- Roasted in an oven / John Muir -- Our feet absorb the Earth's goodness / James Leith Macbeth Bain -- In stinging rain / Mary Kingsley -- Through fields of snow / Henry David Thoreau -- Never look up / N. Brooke -- The fog shut down on us / Mark Twain -- Madness / Apsley Cherry-Garrard -- I like to go by myself / Willliam Hazlitt -- Never took any companion either / Thomas de Quincey -- Choose company with unusual care / Petrarch -- A good humoured multitude / Charles Dickens -- She wanted to take a walk / Jean-Jacques Rousseau -- Great men have been enthusiastic walkers / Leslie Stephen. No friendly reception on foot / Karl Philipp Moritz -- The inevitable end of every footpath / Richard Jefferies -- A good deal odoriferous / James Boswell -- Shouting children / Fanmny Kemble -- Don't bleed on me / Edward Hoagland -- Traffic torrential / Christopher Hope -- Trepidation / Kamila Shamsie -- No need to hurry / George Sand -- A dawdking observer / Lauren Elkin -- Between tea and dinner / Virginia Woolf -- Is this a real city? / Will Self -- I must camp / Robert Louis Stevenson -- In a sudden access of restlessness / Franz Kafka -- Afterword.
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Introduction / Duncan Minshull -- Ready for anything / Ernest Delahaye -- Few people walk well / Frank Tatchell -- I walk for health and salvation / Søren Aaby Kierkegaard -- I walk because senses are heightened / Nicholas Shakespeare -- I walk for thoughts, experiences, arrivals / Rebecca Solnit -- The dog and I / Lucy Hughes-Hallett -- I wanted for nothing / Chevalier de la Tocnaye -- Barefoot through bogs and only a pair of shorts / John Hillaby -- The coat will go back to the cupboard / A. H. Sidgwick -- And I walk for a secret feeling of poetic capacity / Xavier de Maistre -- Roasted in an oven / John Muir -- Our feet absorb the Earth's goodness / James Leith Macbeth Bain -- In stinging rain / Mary Kingsley -- Through fields of snow / Henry David Thoreau -- Never look up / N. Brooke -- The fog shut down on us / Mark Twain -- Madness / Apsley Cherry-Garrard -- I like to go by myself / Willliam Hazlitt -- Never took any companion either / Thomas de Quincey -- Choose company with unusual care / Petrarch -- A good humoured multitude / Charles Dickens -- She wanted to take a walk / Jean-Jacques Rousseau -- Great men have been enthusiastic walkers / Leslie Stephen.
No friendly reception on foot / Karl Philipp Moritz -- The inevitable end of every footpath / Richard Jefferies -- A good deal odoriferous / James Boswell -- Shouting children / Fanmny Kemble -- Don't bleed on me / Edward Hoagland -- Traffic torrential / Christopher Hope -- Trepidation / Kamila Shamsie -- No need to hurry / George Sand -- A dawdking observer / Lauren Elkin -- Between tea and dinner / Virginia Woolf -- Is this a real city? / Will Self -- I must camp / Robert Louis Stevenson -- In a sudden access of restlessness / Franz Kafka -- Afterword.

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