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Letters from Alaska

Biography / Memoir Nature Writing
Edited By: R Engberg, B Merrell and John Muir
128 pages, 17 illus
Letters from Alaska
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  • Letters from Alaska ISBN: 9780299139544 Paperback Jan 1994 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Reproduces the original versions of Muir's letters which [after much revision] were published as Travels in Alaska in 1914. `....a wonderful example of how well and effectively Muir could write when he did it spontaneously' - Archives of Natural History.

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Biography / Memoir Nature Writing
Edited By: R Engberg, B Merrell and John Muir
128 pages, 17 illus
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