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Forests: The Shadow of Civilization

By: Robert Pogue Harrison
256 pages, 8 b/w photos
Forests: The Shadow of Civilization
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  • Forests: The Shadow of Civilization ISBN: 9780226318073 Paperback Dec 1993 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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An exploration of the role of forests in Western thought, drawing on sources ranging from Gilgamesh and the myths of ancient Greece and Rome to 20thc writers like Conrad, Sarte and Beckett. Readers who found Perlin's A Forest Journey stimulating will probably find Harrison's work worthwhile.

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By: Robert Pogue Harrison
256 pages, 8 b/w photos
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