The Spirit of Place and Other Essays


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Alice Meynell was an English essayist, critic, and poet who was also a leading suffragist, serving as vice-president of the Women Writers' Suffrage League. She and her husband Wilfrid Meynell were active in publishing and editing literary works including helping to launch the first works of Francis Thompson, author of "Hound of Heaven." This is a collection of her essays covering a wide range of topics from the opening essay on the "Spirit of Place" to a playful essay about the foot, and musing on topics such as rain, the horizon and the concluding essay, "Shadows." - Summary by Larry Wilson (2 hr 28 min)

Chapters

The Spirit of Place 9:28 Read by Larry Wilson
Mrs. Dingley 12:42 Read by Kate Follis
Solitude 9:36 Read by Kathleen Moore
The Lady of the Lyrics 10:36 Read by Eva Davis
July 6:16 Read by Kathleen Moore
Wells 8:27 Read by Larry Wilson
The Foot 9:40 Read by Nemo
Have Patience, Little Saint 10:41 Read by Kate Follis
The Ladies of the Idyll 11:20 Read by Kate Follis
A Derivation 7:33 Read by Kate Follis
A Counterchange 11:08 Read by Eva Davis
Rain 5:48 Read by Nemo
Letters of Marceline Valmore 7:20 Read by Eva Davis
The Hours of Sleep 7:29 Read by Eva Davis
The Horizon 9:14 Read by Michael Fassio
Habits and Consciousness 3:25 Read by Scotty Smith
Shadows 8:12 Read by Eva Davis