Joseph Wood Krutch - Travel - 1986 - 277 pages
The author deftly weaves the materials of natural and human history into a radiant, tightly woven fabric. . . . This classic is a book for all seasons—to be reread and savored ...
Joseph Wood Krutch - Animals - 1969 - 187 pages
Relates the legends of nonexistent animals like the unicorn and phoenix as well as how folklore arose about real animals such as the crocodile, salamander, ostrich and others.