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This essay by Barry Lopez is concerned with genocide. It consists of a diary of days, centered around a visit to Auschwitz, and stands in the tradition of Thoreau's 'Resistance to Civil Government.'
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Barry Lopez is an essayist, author, and short-story writer, and has traveled extensively in remote and populated parts of the world.
He is the author of Arctic Dreams, for which he received the National Book Award, Of Wolves and Men, a National Book Award finalist for which he received the John Burroughs and Christopher medals, and eight works of fiction, including Light Action in the Caribbean, Field Notes, and Resistance. His essays are collected in two books, Crossing Open Ground and About This Life.
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Book Description Red Dragonfly Press, 2007. Condition: New. Carol Inderieden (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1890193704