Edited By: David Rothenberg
225 pages, B/w illus
Essays which probe concepts of wilderness, from classical to the romantic. Among the topics discussed are the confluence of wilderness, empire, and race; the way the ecology movement uses language; gendered views of the wilderness; maps and topology, and how they affect our view of the wild; healing by the wilderness experience; and the idea of an urban wilderness.
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