5 edition of upas tree found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Beckwith"s confession.|
|Statement||by Robert McMurdy ; illustrations by William Ottman.|
|Contributions||Ottman, William, ill., B.F. Stevens & Brown, Ltd., F.J. Schulte & Company.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.M2312 U|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||324 p. (first 2 p. blank),  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||12023932|
The Antiaris or Upas belongs to the same family to which belongs the Mulberry and Osage orange - Urticaceae - and few of these are noxious. The Editor of this once had a plant of the Upas tree under his charge for a year. It was between 3 and 4 feet high, and growing in a inch pot. He had to handle and care for it the same as other plants. The subject of the painting, the Upas Tree, comes from the poem The Loves of the Plants by Erasmus Darwin. Part of the poem (lines of canto III) describe the plant and its deadly properties: “ There is a poison-tree in the island of Java, which is said by its effluvia to have depopulated the country for 12 or 14 miles round.
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LibriVox recording of The Upas Tree, A Christmas Story for all the Year, by Florence Louisa Barclay. Read by MaryAnn Spiegel. Ronald West has a brilliant idea for his next novel, but to do it right, he wants to spend the next six months tramping around central Africa to experience the setting first hand. The Upas Tree, A Christmas Story For All the Year Florence L. Barclay. Religion; Travel; So for the price everyone else charges for just 1 book, we offer you UNLIMITED audio books, e-books and language courses to download and enjoy as you please. Muddled supernatural yarn in which either the poison of the Upas tree or a /5(62).
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The upas tree, Antiaris toxicaria, grows throughout the world, particularly the tropical areas of Africa, Asia, and is a massive, stately tree that can reach heights of feet (40 meters) and in the s known as a matter of fact to be “one of the most deadly vegetable products of.
The Upas Tree book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Novel by the British novelist most well known for The Rosary; a story /5. But, as usual, our heroine has bungled; so, while unharmed Ian flies the coop, nice widower Mr. Fraser appears to take over the gardening and cut down the house-trapping Upas tree, ""one that corrupts everything in its shade."" A sly, witty portrait of a born victim; a lightly ironic fable; an exquisite little trifle.
The Upas Tree is a Christmas story only because it comes to a head at Christmas. It does shine a light on our own selfishness, and that is a story that is good for the year round.
I really enjoyed creating this audiobook for :) I am not a professional reader, just /5(9). The Upas Tree Paperback – December 3, by Florence L. Barclay (Author) › Visit Amazon's Florence L. Barclay Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.
Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(11). But what exactly was the Upas Tree. Danby possibly found inspiration in Erasmus Darwin’s book ‘The Loves of the Plants’, written inconsisting of shortverses about plants and flowers arranged in four cantos, and interspersed with extensive descriptive notes; the book is an odd mixture of poetry and botany.
Get this from a library. The upas tree. [Florence L Barclay] -- Budding author Ronald West is married to lovely heiress Helen. He has decided it is imperative he travel to Central Africa to carry out research for his new novel.
He is so obsessed with this idea. The Upas Tree, A Christmas Story for all the Year By: Florence Louisa Barclay () Ronald West has a brilliant idea for his next novel, but to do it right, he wants to spend the next six months tramping around central Africa to experience the setting first hand.5/5(1).
ARTICLES Blake’s Poison Trees. By Andrew M. Stauffer. At least since Geoffrey Grigson inscholars have found that the various threatening arborescent growths in Blake’s work recall the legendary poisonous Upas tree of Java (antiaris toxicaria), popularized in England in the s.
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THE UPAS A CHRISTMAS STORY FOR THE WHOLE YEAR. PAGES IN PRINT! This volume includes a Detailed Biography of our author, Florence L. description of true, self-sacrificing love is beautiful, and the bad guy is a bit too. 8vo (5½" x 7¾"). Unsigned binding design by Fred T. Hancke of an Upas tree in the foreground of a windswept plowed field in white and gold on dark green cloth.
Includes black and white frontis. and 3 additional black and white full page illustrations by William Ottman. Written by a then prominent member of the Chicago Bar, is a detective story and romance about a young lawyer.
Editions for The Upas Tree: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition), (Paperback published in ), (Audiobook published in Author: Florence L. Barclay. The Upas Tree: A Christmas Story for All the Year. by Florence Louisa Barclay.
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Also for your edification and delight (if you like to recite poetry) you might take a look at a poem by Pushkin titled the “Upas Tree.” There is a blogspot “Poems Found in Translation” which you can tap to hear it in Russian.
“Belair Cove” is listed as “Lanse Des Belaires” in the collection People Take Warning!Murder Ballads & Disaster Songs, –, Josh Rosenthall. The Upas Tree This terrible plant, to which was for a long time attached a sort of fabulous interest–killing, it was said, man, bird, and beast, that came within the circle of its influence–is of the same tribe of plants as that from which the Strychnos Nux Vomica is obtained.
The deadly upas tree of Wall Street / J. Keppler. Summary Print shows a large, old tree at the edge of body of water with Albany, N.Y.
on the right, in the background. Upas, from the Javanese word for "poison", refers to an evergreen tree known as Antiaris toxicaria.A native of southeastern Asia with highly poisonous sap.
it is the source of the following literary allusions. Quotes . Dear Reader, if you chance to catch a sight.Presently he lifted his head, took out his pocket-book, and wrote down the words, spelling each with a capital letter.
He looked long at them; then suddenly exclaimed: "U, P, A, S! Why, it is the Upas tree; the deadly, mysterious, poisonous Upas tree! I found it in the jungle. I felt ill the night I camped beneath it.In our use of the upas tree we are indebted to the late Sydney Checkland who first used it as an economic metaphor in his book on the industrial development of Glasgow (Checkland, ).
The upas tree: the over-development of London and the under-development of Britain.