William Henry Hudson (1841-1922) was a significant literary figure in England during the late nineteenth-early twentieth century whose writings were much admired by fellow authors including John Galsworthy, Joseph Conrad and Ford Madox Ford. This work collects the letters written by Hudson to carefully chosen friends and confidants among whom were well-known authors, poets, artists, naturalists, and conservationists.
Lt. Col. (retired) Dennis Shrubsall is the author of the biography W.H. Hudson Writer and Naturalist, as well as many articles and essays on Hudson.
Vol. I:; Foreword by Martha S. Vogeler; Acknowledgements; Introduction; The Letters; Vol. II:; The Letters (continued); Appendices:; Undated Letters; Biographical Register of Correspondents; Analysis of Correspondence by Calendar Years; Bibliography; Index to Letters.