Hal Borland


Born
in Sterling, Nebraska, The United States
May 14, 1900

Died
February 22, 1978

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Harold Glen Borland was a nature journalist. During World War II he wrote radio programs for the government and served as special magazine correspondent. He had written several documentary movies, two volumes of poetry, a volume of essays, has collaborated on a play, and has contributed many non-fiction articles, short stories and novelettes to leading magazines here and abroad.

Mr. Borland was graduated from the Columbia School of Journalism. He also attended the University of Colorado and received a Litt.D. from there in 1944.

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Hal Borland's Book of Days

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Sundial of the Seasons

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Hal Borland's Twelve Moons ...

4.46 avg rating — 35 ratings — published 1979 — 2 editions
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This Hill, This Valley

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“No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.”
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“Two sounds of autumn are unmistakable...the hurrying rustle of crisp leaves blown along the street...by a gusty wind, and the gabble of a flock of migrating geese.”
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