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Earthly Words Essays on Contemporary American Nature and Environmental Writers

Edited By: J Cooley
270 pages
Earthly Words
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Collection of stimulating critical essays on the writings of such luminaries as Aldo Leopold, Wendell Berry, Joseph Wood Krutch and Peter Matthiessen amongst others. These essays go beyond the traditional analysis of nature writings, and compare and examine the style, topics, and emerging themes in contemporary environmental literature.

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Edited By: J Cooley
270 pages
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