Edited By: J Hepworth and G McNamee
254 pages, no illustrations
Abbey - writer, social critic, and environmentalist - was an icon of resistance and a man of letters. Widely known as `the Thoreaux of the West', Abbey brought a subversive and anarchic spirit to his defense of the wilderness and to a society that continually threatened it. This is an expanded tribute, with 37 contributions, to the provocative writer who influenced all who write herein.
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