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In this anthology thirty western environmental writers speak of their personal and often passionate feelings for the land, from the tundra in Alaska to the White Sands Proving Ground in New Mexico. Original contributions by well-known essayists such as Michael P. Branch, Louise Freeman-Toole, Sharman Apt Russell, Kathleen Dean Moore, and Robert Michael Pyle evidence that the very personal relationships to the physical land remain unchanged at a time of increasing pressure on public spaces throughout the West.
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Paul Lindholdt is an associate professor of English at Eastern Washington University and has published extensively on American culture and the environment. Derrick Knowles is a writer and organizer working to preserve wild areas in the Pacific Northwest.Review:
"This remarkable anthology collects essays written and gathered around the time of a seismic shift in environmental policy with the election of George W. Bush. They catalog where we have been and foretell where we should go."
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Book Description Eastern Washington Univ Pr, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1597660000