Oil Notes

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Southern Methodist University Press, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 173 pages
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Rick Bass brings a lyric imagination to the oil geologist's craft. Digging for oil is a way of digging deep into human experience, a subterranean exploration of self. And nothing escapes this writer's eye or imagination. 20 line drawings.

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User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

so thankful this was recommended to me some years ago - it's such a beautiful description of love. (I know... doesn't look like it from the cover, but trust me... ) it's like coming-of-age biography meets love story meets environmental conscience... I mean, how can you beat that??! Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel Villines - Goodreads

If you are a person that appreciates (or needs) the world to be as it is, without euphemisms, without zealousness, then you'll appreciate Rick Bass' writing. Bass strives to pull off the layers that ... Read full review

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Rick Bass is the author of sixteen acclaimed books of fiction & nonfiction, including "Where the Sea Used to Be" & "The Sky, the Stars, the Wilderness".

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