At the end of the 19th Century W.H.Davies hustled his way across America, working when he could, begging and stealing when he couldn't. He saw life on the breadline. He was beaten up in New Orleans, thrown into prison in Michigan and was present at lynching's in Tennessee, truly a diarist of the nether side of the American dream. After travelling with some of the most interesting and adventurous characters, an accident forced him to return to a similar poverty filled world back in England.
This audiobook contains a collection of the finest poetry by Welsh poet W. H. Davies. Read by Bart Wolffe.
A wonderful collection of poetry enhanced by classical music. Including "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," "Danse Macabre" and "Goblin Market."