Artifacts and Illuminations: Critical Essays on Loren Eiseley
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Artifacts and Illuminations: Critical Essays on Loren Eiseley

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Loren Eiseley (1907–77) is one of the most important American nature writers of the twentieth century and an admired practitioner of creative nonfiction. A native of Lincoln, Nebraska, Eiseley was a professor of anthropology and a prolific writer and poet who worked to bring an understanding of science to the general public, incorporating religion, philosophy, and science...more
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Published April 1st 2012 by University of Nebraska Press
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