The Country Diary of An Edwardian Lady

The Country Diary of An Edwardian Lady

DVD - 2012
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A twelve-part British television dramatization of Edith Holden's bestselling book, exploring the character of the woman who wrote Nature Notes for 1906 and the world she knew. Each episode is a celebration of a month in 1906 and is described by Edith with the prose, poetry, and watercolor illustrations that made her book popular.
Publisher: [Canada] : BFS Entertainment & Multimedia : ITV Studios Home Entertainemnt, 2012
Edition: Remastered
Branch Call Number: DVD COUNTRY
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (312 min) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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kib203 Oct 11, 2015

It's more of a montage of nature scenes with the thin thread of a story line that I could hardly pay attention to. I imagine the book was better, it was a bestseller in its day?, but I'd choose a National Geographic documentary over this next time.

blooper Oct 11, 2015

I wasn't familiar with Edith Holden or her Nature Notes book and was more interested in the Edwardian aspects. These focus on her nature walks and sketches through the year 1906. Beautiful scenery. What there is of her life is not terribly interesting because she is mostly alone walking through the woods. It gives a bit of how she lived growing up but her family struggles and squabbles are not very interesting. Overall, this is best for nature artists and not for those interested seeing more of the Edwardian lifestyle.

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Jul 27, 2013

Quiet, with some lovely aspects.

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