Leaves in the Wind

By: A. G. Gardiner
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Leaves in the Wind" by A.G. Gardiner is a captivating collection of essays that beautifully explores the intricacies of nature, the passage of time through the seasons, and the profound symbolism found in the delicate dance of leaves carried by the wind. Gardiner masterfully employs metaphor and poetry to evoke the ever-changing beauty of the natural world, inviting readers to contemplate the tranquil harmony of existence amidst constant movement and change. Through his reflective prose, Gardiner captures the essence of transience, reminding us of the fleeting nature of life and the profound lessons to be found in embracing impermanence. Each leaf becomes a symbol of life's journey, carried by the wind of time, its graceful descent a poignant reflection of the cycles of renewal and rebirth. Amidst the serenity of nature's symphony, Gardiner invites readers to pause and reflect on the deeper truths hidden within the rustling leaves, weaving a tapestry of wisdom that celebrates the enduring beauty found in the ebb and flow of existence. "Leaves in the Wind" is a timeless meditation on the delicate balance of nature and the profound interconnectedness of all things, offering solace and inspiration in a world ever in motion.

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A. G. Gardiner

Alfred George Gardiner was an English author, editor, and journalist. His works under the pseudonym "Alpha of the Plough" are highly respected. He was also Chairman of the National Anti-Sweating League, an advocacy group that advocated for a minimum wage in the workplace. Gardiner was born in Chelmsford as the son of Henry James Gardiner, a cabinet manufacturer and alcoholic, and his wife, Susanna Taylor. As a child, he worked for the Chelmsford Chronicle and the Bournemouth Directory. He joined the Northern Daily Telegraph in 1887, which had been launched the previous year by Thomas Purvis Ritzema. In 1899, he was appointed editor of the Blackburn Weekly Telegraph. Ritzema became the Daily News' general manager in 1902. He needed an editor and looked to his teenage pupil to fill the position. The choice proved to be a huge success; under Gardiner's supervision, it became one of the premier liberal magazines of its time, as he improved its coverage of both news and literature while crusading against social inequalities. However, despite increasing circulation from 80,000 when he joined the paper to 151,000 in 1907 and 400,000 with the introduction of a Manchester edition in 1909, the firm continued to lose money. Despite being close to George Cadbury, the proprietor of the Daily News, Gardiner departed in 1919 due to a disagreement with him over Gardiner's opposition to David Lloyd George.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2024
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 160 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 936305232X
  • ISBN-13: 9789363052321
  • Item Weight: 208g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 9.18mm
  • Reading age: 10+
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Juvenile Nonfiction / General