Meaning of Flowers eBook

Flower symbolism became even more elaborate in 1819 when Louise Cortambert wrote Le langage des Fleurs, a dictionary on the language of flowers. The rise of flower symbolism during this time makes sense, as it was the height of the Romantic era where nature was seen as beauty, and people were heavily influenced by their emotions.

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AUTHOR
Gretchen Scoble
FILESIZE
7,67 MB
PUBLISH DATE
01 Apr 1998
LANGUAGE
English
ISBN
9780811819312

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This book presents vivid portraits of blosso ms favoured through the ages, drawing on botanical, mytholog ical, and historical sources worldwide. It is a delightful e xploration of the language and lore of nature''s most beautif ul gifts, the flowers. '


In Victorian times, certain flowers had specific meanings because the flower selection was limited and people used more symbols and gestures to communicate than words.