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Bates was a keen and knowledgeable gardener and wrote numerous books on flowers
Bates was a keen and knowledgeable gardener and wrote numerous books on flowers. The Granary remained their home for the whole of their married life. After the death of H. E Bates, Madge moved to a bungalow, which had originally been a cow byre, next to the Granary. She died in 2004 at age 95. They raised two sons and two daughters. Mor. rivia About Down The River.
M. ates is good at turning a phrase and loves the two rivers he describes. He has no use for fox hunting or hunting of any sort. The nature woodcuts by Parker are magnificent.
They have long been at the very centre of human culture, sustaining us with water, food, power and stories. Our thoughts flow like a river
They have long been at the very centre of human culture, sustaining us with water, food, power and stories. Our thoughts flow like a river. A river's journey, from source to sea, is a metaphor for life. Bates's own journey began on the banks and in the waters of two contrasting Midland rivers. The River Nene's jumbled course and character, with its towpaths and locks and bridges, speaks of human industry on its journey to The Wash.
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7 Books for children. Bates was a great lover of the countryside and this was exemplified in two volumes of essays entitled Through the Woods and Down the River. Both have been reprinted numerous times. Bates was born on 16 May 1905 in Rushden, Northamptonshire, and educated at Kettering Grammar School. After leaving school, he worked as a reporter and a warehouse clerk. Many of his stories depict life in the rural Midlands of England, particularly his native Northamptonshire.
Though the title is "Down the river", Bates deals with two rivers, the Ouse and the Nene, in the eastern counties.
Fair Stood the Wind for France (Penguin Modern Classics). Though the title is "Down the river", Bates deals with two rivers, the Ouse and the Nene, in the eastern counties. He is taken not only with the natural world of rivers, but with their life in legend and etymology.
Populated by wonderful characters, this is H E Bates at his finest, writing about the rivers that influenced him most.
Read The Watercress Girl, by . Bates online on Bookmate – Stories about children are not always for children. In The Watercress Girl, H. E. Bates masterfully depicts a childhood which, by proxy, reveals the mystifying world of the adult
Read The Watercress Girl, by . Bates masterfully depicts a childhood which, by proxy, reveals the mystifying world of the adult. Through a series of short, lyrical stories, the complexities of the world are seen with crystalline purity through the eyes of children.