By: Anne Whiston Spirn
326 pages, 84 b/w photos
Argues that profound aesthetic and environmental mistakes may result from our failure to learn the language of landscape and discusses the thought of such authors as Thomas Jefferson, Frank Lloyd Wright, Frederick Law Olmsted and Lawrence Halprin.
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