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Edited By: SM Miller
160 pages, 30 b/w photos
One of the most important figures in environmental history, John Muir continues to influence wilderness philosophy through his published writings. These essays, now available in paperback, explore his relationship with his family, religious and literary influences, the development of his concept of ecology, and his contributions to geology and botany.
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