The Trail Home: Nature, Imagination, and the American West
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The Trail Home: Nature, Imagination, and the American West

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The author of Common Ground presents a collection of essays on nature and our place within it. With humor, compassion, and a culturally informed clarity, Daniel examines issues of land use and ecological responsibilty, argues against industrial and consumer profligacy, and celebrates the natural mysteries that both include and far surpass the human.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published May 3rd 1994 by Pantheon (first published May 30th 1992)
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Jess Driscoll
"The finished poem, necessary and inevitable as it might seem, is composed of many unforeseen emergences growing out of an engagement with language" (Daniel 179).
Judy
Written in 1992 - so a bit outdated. Some chapters better than others. His land ethic has evolved since this was written.
Mills College Library
508 D1845 1994
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