Outside, where the wind is blowing, we see the world on nature's terms, and we see that it is severely endangered. Turning inward, we seek a sense of connection with nature that could perhaps help us through the current environmental crisis. In this book, some of the most observant Americans of our day explore these outer and inner worlds in powerful pieces that show the vitality and range of contemporary nature writing. John Hay's "A Faire Bay," an original collection of thoughts on the pollution of the Chesapeake, opens ...

On Nature's Terms: Contemporary Voices 1992, Texas A&M University Press

ISBN-13: 9780890965221

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On Nature's Terms: Contemporary Voices 1992, Texas A&M University Press

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