Accepting the Universe: Essays in Naturalism
1920. From the Preface: A wheel may have many spokes, but can have but one hub. So I may say of this volume of mine that there are many these and chapter-headings, but there is but one central thought into which they all converge, and that is that the universe is good, and that it is our rare good fortune to form a part of it. As this collection of essays does not aim to b...more
Paperback, 340 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Kessinger Publishing
(first published 1987)
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In 1837, naturalist John Burroughs was born on a farm in the Catskills. After teaching, and clerking in government, Burroughs returned to the Catskills, and devoted his life to writing and gardening. He knew Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Theodore Roosevelt, John Muir and Walt Whitman, writing the first biography of Whitman. Most of his 22 books are collected essays on nature and philosophy. In In The...moreMore about John Burroughs...