The Seasons (Thomson)

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Frontispiece of an edition of The Seasons published by Alexander Donaldson

The Seasons is a series of four poems written by the Scottish author James Thomson. The first part, Winter, was published in 1726, and the completed poem cycle appeared in 1730.[1]

The poem was extremely influential, and stimulated works by George Frideric Handel, Thomas Gainsborough and J. M. W. Turner among many others.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Sambrook 2004.

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