By: Lisa H Sideris(Editor), Kathleen Dean Moore(Editor)
288 pages, no illustrations
Editors Lisa H Sideris and Kathleen Dean Moore bring together 17 writers, activists, and scholars from a range of disciplines to uncover the many sides of Rachel Carson.
Exposing her enthusiasm for the natural world and the depth of her writings, the contributors examine her books, speeches, essays, and the letters she wrote as she prepared to die. A testament to Carson's continued influence on environmental thought, this volume is for everyone who cares about finding ways to live sustainably on earth.
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