A continuous harmony: essays cultural and agricultural

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972 - Literary Collections - 182 pages
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A secular pilgrimage.--Notes from an absence and a return.--A homage to Dr. Williams.--The regional motive.--Think little.--Discipline and hope.--In defense of literacy.--Mayhem in the industrial paradise.

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User Review  - Kevin Spicer - Goodreads

Wonderful and simple essays offering profound political insights through a man who has exacted his own sense of love and discipline through his devotion toward land and community. It's both exhilarating and challenging in its unraveling of so many cornerstones of American culture. Read full review

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User Review  - Jenna - Goodreads

Read this book. Probably has had the most profound effect on my perception of the world of any of the books I have read since Jack London. Read full review

Contents

A Secular Pilgrimage
3
Notes from an Absence and a Return
36
A Homage to Dr Williams
56
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