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By: Margaret Mee
319 pages, 250 col illus, col & b/w photos
When Margaret Mee began her Amazon travels, the highly controversial disturbance of the rainforest was just beginning. 32 years and 15 epic journeys later she spoke with considerable authority about all the changes she had seen. Her diaries and sketchbooks, recreated here, illuminate the brilliant career of an outstanding botanical artist, who portrayed the great forests as they have never been viewed before.
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