By: Rachel Carson
Originally published in 1941, "Under the Sea-Wind" presents a naturalist's picture of ocean life. This book is her breathtaking canvas of the fierce, competitive struggle for life takes place along the shore, in the open sea, and along the sea bottom.
Rachel Carson was one of the reasons why I became so conscious of the environment and so involved with environmental issues. . . . Her picture hangs on my office wall among those of political leaders, presidents, and prime ministers. It has been there for years-and it belongs there. Carson has had as much or more an effect on me than any of them, and perhaps all of them together. (Al Gore)
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