Cave Passages: Roaming the Underground Wilderness

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Scribner, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 285 pages
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"The primal draw of the cave is as undeniable as the primal dread in which it is wrapped. So long as there are holes in the ground, uneasy adventurers will poke into them, candles flickering". Michael Ray Taylor thus describes the beckoning subterranean wilderness in this literary exploration of the sport of caving--a stunning blend of natural history, travel/adventure writing, and personal essay.

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Cavers are a unique breed, a point Taylor gets across very well in this eloquent collection of underground (and some surface) adventures. An experienced caver, he introduces us to some unique ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
13
Pebbles
15
Down to a Sunless Sea
21
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About the author (1996)

Taylor-Veteran caver, chairs the Dept of Communication and Theatre Arts at Henderson State University in Arkansas

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