Alice Oswald Quotes

Top 12 wise famous quotes and sayings by Alice Oswald

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Alice Oswald quotes: When the wind blows through a wood, its mass is cut and closed by every leaf, forming a train of jittery vortices in the air. When the wind blows through a wood, its mass is cut and closed by every leaf, forming a train of jittery vortices in the air.
Alice Oswald quotes: When I was 16, I was taught by a wonderful teacher who let me ignore the Greek syllabus and just read Homer. When I was 16, I was taught by a wonderful teacher who let me ignore the Greek syllabus and just read Homer.
Alice Oswald quotes: I believe the poet shouldn't be in the poem at all except as a lens or as ears. I believe the poet shouldn't be in the poem at all except as a lens or as ears.
Alice Oswald quotes: There's a whole range of words that people use about landscape. Pastoral? Idyll? I can't stand them. There's a whole range of words that people use about landscape. Pastoral? Idyll? I can't stand them.
Alice Oswald quotes: I really think there are spirits in a place that you have to accommodate. I really think there are spirits in a place that you have to accommodate.
Alice Oswald quotes: Wind ought to be a verb or an adverb. It isn't really anything. It's a manner of movement of warmth and cold: a kind of information system of the air. Wind ought to be a verb or an adverb. It isn't really anything. It's a manner of movement of warmth and cold: a kind of information system of the air.