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Hudson, William Henry

Born: 4-8-1841 at Near Buenos Aires
Died: 18-8-1922

Summary of Biography

Born of American parents, English writer, naturalist and ornithologist Hudson is chiefly famous for his exotic romances. Besides highly entertaining fiction, he also wrote engrossing and informative non-fictional works.

Biography

William Henry Hudson (1841 - 1922), author, naturalist, and ornithologist, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina to American parents. He spent his early years studying the local flora and fauna on the Argentine pampas and then settled in England in the early1870s. Hudson's most famous novel isGreen Mansions(1904), an exotic romance about a traveler who encounters a woman named Rima in the Guyana jungle of southeastern Venezuela. His other works includeThe Purple Land(1885) andFar Away and Long Ago (1918).

This section contains 4 books
The Famous Missions of California
The Famous Missions of California


US$ 14.99
Far Away And Long Ago
Far Away And Long Ago


US$ 24.99
Afoot in England
Afoot in England


US$ 24.99
A Crystal Age
A Crystal Age


US$ 19.99