By: John R Knott
240 pages, no illustrations
Examines American writing about wilderness and wildness and makes a case for its continuing value. Focusing on writers such as Audubon, Thoreau, Muir, Abbey, Berry and Oliver, Imagining Wild America demonstrates the richness and continuing importance of the idea of wilderness, and its attraction for American writers.
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