Nature Cure

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Early in Nature Cure Richard Mabey returns continually to the swift, who in its spectacular migration may not touch down for well over a year. In Ted Hughes's phrase, the reappearance of the swifts tells us that "the globe's still working." When we encounter the author in the opening pages of this powerful memoir, his corner of the globe is decidedly not working. A deep depression has left him alienated from his work and his family, financially insecure, and has cost him the Chiltern home in which he has lived his entire ...

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maria

Apr 8, 2011

An excellent book

I found this book to be excellent. I return to it again and again. I found it very helpful when I suffered from depression and like all the Mabey books I have read I was captivated. I found reading a chapter at a time and dipping into the book to be useful. Sometimes the authors opinions and prejudices can be a little irritating, but apart from that small criticism I would recommend this book

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