Carnation Cheeks and Beds of Roses

Bryan Ness botany.guide at miningco.com
Fri Oct 10 02:48:27 EST 1997


Read a new article at The Botany Site, "Carnation Cheeks and Beds of
Roses," which is an overview of flowers in literature.  Flowers are
noted from such ancient literature as Homer and Aristophanes to
Shakespeare and Herman Melville. Get there by going to the following
URL:

http://botany.miningco.com/library/weekly/aa100897.htm

Along with the article is a review of the new book "Shakespeare's
Flowers" by Jessica Kerr & Anne Ophelia Dowden (Illustrator).  To read
the review, go to the following URL:

http://botany.tqn.com/library/weekly/aa100997.htm

Follow the link at the bottom of this message to see what else is at The
Botany Place.
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