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Wendell Berry

“One of the strongest of contemporary conventions is that of comparing to Thoreau every writer who has been as far out of the house as the mailbox.”


Wendell Berry, What Are People For?: Essays
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What Are People For?: Essays What Are People For?: Essays by Wendell Berry
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