Robert MacFarlane


Robert Macfarlane is seen as the influential inheritor of a tradition of writing about landscape, place, travel and nature which includes John Muir, Richard Jefferies and Edward Thomas.. He is associated with other walker-writers including Patrick Leigh Fermor, Nan Shepherd and Laurie Lee, and seen as one of a number of recent British writers who have provoked a new critical and popular interest in writing about landscape.


In the Cairngorms

Nan Shepherd


The Sunlit Summit: The Life of W.H. Murray

Robin Lloyd-Jones


Introducing Social Geographies

Rachel Pain, Duncan Fuller, et al.


The Old Straight Track

Alfred Watkins


Kurt Jackson's Botanical Landscape

Kurt Jackson


The Peregrine

J. A. Baker


Stones of Aran: Pilgrimage

Tim Robinson


Underland: A Deep Time Journey

Robert MacFarlane


The Lost Spells

Robert MacFarlane and Jackie Morris


Ghostways: Two Journeys in Unquiet Places

Robert MacFarlane, Dan Richards, et al.


Strata: William Smith's Geological Maps

Oxford University Museum of Natural Hist


Come by the Hills

Cameron McNeish


Archipelago: A Reader

SinΓ©ad Morrisey, Michael Longley, et al.


Waterlog: A Swimmers Journey Through Britain

Roger Deakin


Underland Lib/E: A Deep Time Journey

Robert MacFarlane


Underland: A Deep Time Journey

Robert MacFarlane



Robert MacFarlane


Refugee Tales, 4: Volume IV

Robert MacFarlane, Shami Chakrabarti, et al.


The Lost Words 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle: The Kingfisher

Jackie Morris and Robert MacFarlane