Oil Notes

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Southern Methodist University Press, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 173 pages
7 Reviews
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

Review: Oil Notes

User Review  - 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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About the author (1995)

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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