A lovely book to keep close at hand and dip into. Oswald is so good on place and atmosphere.Published 1 month ago by MRS M M SIMPSON
A wonderful lyrical meander through the sights and sounds of Devon.Published 5 months ago by Andy Peggs
This is part poem and part story about the River Dart from source to mouth.
Oswald had interwoven nature, people and history into the short and memorable little book. Read more
It is so good to get such a well crafted piece of writing into a book form which feels and looks so good. Illustration on the front cover is perfect. Read morePublished on 8 Aug. 2013 by Hester Bee
I loved 'Dart', especially for what other reviewers have pointed out as the seamless way Alice Oswald blends "all names, all voices, Slip-Shape" into a "songline from the source to... Read morePublished on 5 July 2013 by Christopher S. Purcell
Alice Oswald's second book, Dart, is a 48 page long poem in the voice of the river Dart as it flows from its source to the sea. Read morePublished on 7 May 2013 by Amazon Customer