The Secret Life of the Owl
by John Lewis-Stempel
Editor: Transworld Publishers Ltd
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The twilight is the filling of the valleyIt’s time for gloaming, the light-owl.In the woods, the fawn resident began calling, Hoo-hoo-hoo-h-o-o-o-oThere’s something about owls.They dispose in all the most important of the culture from the Stone Age onwards, starting from the Stone Age.They’re creatures of the night, and so they’re magic.They are the birds of evil omens, the messengers of the Other Side.But owls – with the undermining of the flatness of their faces, their big round eyes, their paternal expressions – are also reassuring to familiarize oneself with the flatness of their faces.We see them as wise, like Athena is nice, and loyal, like Harry Potter Hedwige.The man-like, in other wordsNo other species has captivated us so muchIn The Secret of the Owl’s Life, John Lewis-Stempel explores the legends and history of the owl.And in vivid colors, from lyrical to prose, he pays homage to all the realities of this magnificent creature, whose natural powers are as fantastic as any myth.John Lewis-Stempel is one of the best writers of his generation” from Life to Countryside.
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