Desert Solitaire

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  • Author : Edward Abbey
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Pages : 269 pages
  • ISBN : 0671695886
  • Rating : 4.5/5 from 31 reviews
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Desert Solitaire

Desert Solitaire
  • Author : Edward Abbey
  • Publisher : University of Arizona Press
  • Release : 10 August 1988
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An account of the author's existence, observations and reflections, as a seasonal park ranger in southeast Utah

Bedrock and Paradox

Bedrock and Paradox
  • Author : David M. Pozza
  • Publisher : Peter Lang
  • Release : 10 August 2022
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Rarely does an author so thoroughly entertain and anger his readers as Edward Abbey does. This book focuses on Abbey's aesthetic and philosophy of paradox as they are reflected in his writings, and explores his literary technique of blurring traditional genres regarding fiction and nonfiction. Until now, no study has sufficiently treated the full complexity of Abbey's writing throughout his career - making this particular work not only original, but important.

Earthly Words

Earthly Words
  • Author : John R. Cooley
  • Publisher : University of Michigan Press
  • Release : 10 August 1994
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An essential collection of criticism on the leading nature writers of today.

Conserving Words

Conserving Words
  • Author : Daniel J. Philippon
  • Publisher : University of Georgia Press
  • Release : 10 August 2022
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Conserving Words looks at five authors of seminal works of nature writing who also founded or revitalized important environmental organizations: Theodore Roosevelt and the Boone and Crockett Club, Mabel Osgood Wright and the National Audubon Society, John Muir and the Sierra Club, Aldo Leopold and the Wilderness Society, and Edward Abbey and Earth First! These writers used powerfully evocative and galvanizing metaphors for nature, metaphors that Daniel J. Philippon calls “conserving” words: frontier (Roosevelt), garden (Wright), park (Muir), wilderness (Leopold),

A Literary History of the American West

A Literary History of the American West
  • Author : Western Literature Association (U.S.),Western Literature Association Staff
  • Publisher : TCU Press
  • Release : 10 August 1987
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Literary histories, of course, do not have a reason for being unless there exists the literature itself. This volume, perhaps more than others of its kind, is an expression of appreciation for the talented and dedicated literary artists who ignored the odds, avoided temptations to write for popularity or prestige, and chose to write honestly about the American West, believing that experiences long knowns to be of historical importance are also experiences that need and deserve a literature of importance.

Literature of Nature

Literature of Nature
  • Author : Patrick D. Murphy,Terry Gifford,Katsunori Yamazato
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release : 10 August 1998
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Sixty-five contributions discuss historical and contemporary nature writing--nonfiction, fiction, and poetry--in the US and Canada; Europe; Asia and the Pacific; Africa and Arab nations; and Latin America. An additional section considers the literature thematically and cross-culturally. Sample topics include the mountain in 20th- century French literature, woman and the land in the Romanian agrarian novel, war and environment in African literature, and science fiction as environmental literature. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Imagining Wild America

Imagining Wild America
  • Author : John R. Knott
  • Publisher : University of Michigan Press
  • Release : 03 April 2009
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At a time when the idea of wilderness is being challenged by both politicians and intellectuals, Imagining Wild America examines writing about wilderness and wildness and makes a case for its continuing value. The book focuses on works by John James Audubon, Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, Edward Abbey, Wendell Berry, and Mary Oliver, as each writer illustrates different stages and dimensions of the American fascination with wild nature. John Knott traces the emergence of a visionary tradition that embraces

Abbey in America

Abbey in America
  • Author : John A. Murray
  • Publisher : UNM Press
  • Release : 15 May 2015
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More than twenty-five years after his death, iconic writer and nature activist Edward Abbey (1929–1989) remains an influential presence in the American environmental movement. Abbey’s best known works continue to be widely read and inspire discourse on the key issues facing contemporary American society, particularly with respect to urbanization and technology. Abbey in America, published forty years after Abbey’s popular novel The Monkey Wrench Gang, features an all-star list of contributors, including journalists, authors, scholars, and two of Abbey’

Landscapes of the Sacred

Landscapes of the Sacred
  • Author : Belden C. Lane,Professor Emeritus Theological Studies Belden C Lane
  • Publisher : JHU Press
  • Release : 10 August 2022
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This substantially expanded edition of Belden C. Lane's Landscapes of the Sacred includes a new introductory chapter that offers three new interpretive models for understanding American sacred space. Lane maintains his approach of interspersing shorter and more personal pieces among full-length essays that explore how Native American, early French and Spanish, Puritan New England, and Catholic Worker traditions has each expressed the connection between spirituality and place. A new section at the end of the book includes three chapters that

Nature Shock

Nature Shock
  • Author : Jon T. Coleman
  • Publisher : Yale University Press
  • Release : 12 August 2020
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An award†‘winning environmental historian explores American history through wrenching, tragic, and sometimes humorous stories of getting lost The human species has a propensity for getting lost. The American people, inhabiting a mental landscape shaped by their attempts to plant roots and to break free, are no exception. In this engaging book, environmental historian Jon Coleman bypasses the trailblazers so often described in American history to follow instead the strays and drifters who went missing. From Hernando de Soto’s

Edward Abbey

Edward Abbey
  • Author : James M. Cahalan
  • Publisher : University of Arizona Press
  • Release : 01 March 2003
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Delves into the private life of twentieth-century American novelist and environmentalist Edward Abbey, or "Cactus Ed," showing the man behind the persona he put forth as a writer and a public speaker.