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The author has offered a new way of regarding James Dickey as a writer who brings a deep ecological sensibility to his work, illuminating his poetic and fictional corpus in an entirely new light.
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"The central idea of deep ecology, that humans are not separate from the forest and the rest of nature but that mankind is part of the earth, has not been fully addressed in Dickey's work...Now, Professor Sue Brannan Walker addresses major works of James Dickey, establishing those theoretical links in Dickey's work..." (Dr. Joyce Morrow Pair, Atlanta, Georgia) "Sue Walker's book on James Dickey and the philosophy within it is an important step in bringing the humanities and environmental science closer together." (Dr. Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University biologist and Pulitzer Prize winning author of "On Human Nature")"
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