The wind in the oak

the life, work and philosophy of the marine and landscape artist Claude Muncaster
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Muncaster, Claude, 1903-, Painters -- England -- Biog

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StatementMartin Muncaster.
ContributionsMuncaster, Claude, 1903-
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LC ClassificationsND497.M92 M86
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Pagination120 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4485299M
ISBN 100906030056
LC Control Number79314196
OCLC/WorldCa5312139

Oak stood upon a hilly ridge. Wind whirled and whistled And all bowed before his will. He swept Oak’s sorrow from her gaze And blew her burdens away. She gazed in awe at the glorious Swaying, worshipping grass Which hummed and fluted Praise to Wind’s wonderful power.

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The Oak and the Reeds. A Giant Oak stood near a brook in which grew some slender Reeds. When the wind blew, the great Oak stood proudly upright with its hundred arms uplifted to the sky. But the Reeds bowed low in the wind and sang a sad and mournful song.

"You have reason to complain," said the Oak. Gone with the Wind takes place over a year period, beginning in April just before the outbreak of the American Civil War () between the Confederate South and the Unionist North and follows through most of the Reconstruction Period during which the South tries to rebuild itself.

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