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  • The Mara Crossing | Ruth Padel

    The Mara Crossing

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    Home is where you start from, but where is a swallow's real home? And what does native mean if the English oak is an immigrant from Spain? In 90 richly varied poems and illuminating prose interludes, Ruth Padel's original new book weaves science, myth, wild nature, and human history to conjure a world created and sustained by migration.

    'We're all from somewhere else,' she begins, tracing the millennia-old journeys of cells, trees, birds and beasts.

  • Poems from the Mara Crossing | Ruth Padel

    Poems from the Mara Crossing

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    Home is where you start from, but where is a swallow's real home? And what does native mean if the English oak is an immigrant from Spain? In a selection of richly varied poems and illuminating prose interludes from her collection The Mara Crossing, Ruth Padel weaves science, myth, wild nature, and human history to conjure a world created and sustained by migration. 'We're all from somewhere else,' she begins, tracing the millennia-old journeys of cells, trees, birds, and beasts.

  • Where the Serpent Lives | Ruth Padel

    Where the Serpent Lives

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    • By Ruth Padel
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    Why is Rosamund so paralyzed by Tyler and his secrets?The whole world was once in love with her. Now, married to the dangerously charismatic Tyler, estranged from her conservationist father, despairing of her teenage son's silences, she feels completely alone. Revisiting the almost forgotten world of her Indian childhood may help, but can her family survive the changes she must make to save herself? Ruth Padel, acclaimed for her brilliant nature writing, has set her captivating debut novel in London, Devon and the jungles of India. But at its heart is a family in crisis.

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