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Frederick, John T. W. H. Hudson. New York: Twayne, 1971. A balanced scholarly introduction to the entire range of the author's works.

Nicholson, Mervin. "'What We See We Feel': The Imaginative World of W. H.

Hudson." University of Toronto Quarterly 47 (1978): 304-322. In an extended analysis of Hudson's Nature in Downland, Nicholson clarifies Hudson's perspectives on nature and assesses his relevance to modern ecology.

Ronner, Amy D. W. H. Hudson: The Man, the Novelist, the Naturalist. New York: AMS Press, 1986. Provides a reevaluation of Hudson, centering on his experiences in England, his relationships with contemporaries, and his approach to natural science.

Tomalin, Ruth. W. H. Hudson. New York: Philosophical Library, 1954. Tomalin gives an account of Hudson's life and literary career, quoting extensively from his works.

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