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The Best Nature Writing of Joseph Wood Krutch, joseph Wood Krutch.

Author Name    joseph Wood Krutch.

Title   The Best Nature Writing of Joseph Wood Krutch

Binding   Paper back

Book Condition   New

Jacket Condition   Not issued

Edition   Reprint edition

Size   21.6 x 13.9 x 2.7 cm

Publisher    University of Utah Press 1995

ISBN Number    0874804809 / 9780874804805

Illustrator   Lydia Rosier

Seller ID   0000036

For those who do not know Joesph Wood Krutch (1893-1970), this volume will be an admirablt introduction. Contemporary to Rachel Carson and Loren Eiseley, Krutch moved against the odds of a distinguished career as Columbia professor, philospher, and drama critic after rereading Thoreau and taking his advice to heart. Captivated by the Southwest, he moved to Arizona and concentrated his literary energies on moved to Arizona and concentrated his literacy energies on the desert environment. These natural history essays, full of wit, wide-ranging allusions, and a compassion for life in all its forms, show Jeseph Wood Krutch at his best. Whether writing about peers, saguaro cacti, Monument Valley, dam building, or conversation policy, Krutch always writes with charm, beauty, and lucidity.

Natural history; Nature.

Price = 17.99 USD

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