Philosophy in the Garden by Damon Young

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Philosophy in the Garden by Damon Young 
This book came out in 2020, and I love how the publisher introduces this book:
Why did Marcel Proust have bonsai beside his bed? 
What was Jane Austen doing, coveting an apricot? 
How was Friedrich Nietzsche inspired by his ‘thought tree’?
In Philosophy in the Garden, Damon answers these questions and explores one of literature's most intimate relationships. The relationship between authors and their gardens.
Now for some writers, the garden is a retreat, and for others, it's a place to relax and get away from the world. But for all of the writers that are featured in Damon's book, the garden was a muse and offered each of these writers new ideas for their work.
As someone who features a garden book every day on the show and loves to feature garden writers who found their inspiration in the garden, this book is a personal favorite of mine.
This book is 208 pages of authors and their gardens. And the philosophies that were inspired by that relationship.
You can get a copy of Philosophy in the Garden by Damon Young and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $8


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