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Presents interviews with the late American author and commentaries on his life and work
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one of the most provocative and important writers on the American West. Since his death in 1989, his novels and numerous works of nonfiction have continued to attract, inspire, and influence an expanding audience. In this volume, 37 of Abbey's friends, students, and contemporaries remember his life and work. Resist Much, Obey Little is a fascinating memorial to an icon of the environmental movement who lived bravely and wrote with prophetic genius.
-- Ann Zwinger recalls Abbey's kindness on a river rafting trip;
-- Wendell Berry struggles to define a man who defied conventional labels;
-- Barbara Kingsolver remembers working with Abbey as a fiction contest judge;
-- Edward Hoagland solemnly describes Abbey's death and burial in the desert.
Other contributors include: John Nichols, Gary Paul Nabhan, David Petersen, Terry Tempest Williams, Gary Snyder, Sam Hamill, Diane Wakoski, Robert Houston, Lawrence Clark Powell, Nancy Mairs, Luis Alberto Urrea, William Eastlake
James R. Hepworth is a poet and teacher in Lewiston, Idaho, and the director of Confluence Press.
Gregory McNamee is a well-known writer on the West who makes his home in Tucson, Arizona.
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Book Description Sierra Club Books, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110871568799
Book Description Sierra Club Books, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0871568799