Finding Home

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Peter Sauer
Beacon Press, 1992 - Nature - 293 pages
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Essays argue that even remote wilderness areas have been shaped by human culture, and examine the biological and spiritual bonds between culture and nature
 

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Finding home: writing on nature and culture from Orion magazine

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A first collection of writings compiled by Orion magazine editors, Finding Home explores current ecological thought on humanity's influence on nature. The authors of these articles show why and how we ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
PETER SAUER
17
DAVID EHRENFELD
31
Confessions or a Developer
38
Killing Our Elders
56
Restoration and the Reentry or Nature
98
The Ametican Geographies
117
PART THREE
133
PART FOUR
203
Tofcens of Mystery
213
A Childs Sense or Wilaness
229
PART FIVE
237
The Case ot the Pain or Whales
249
Hunting a Lnristmas Tree
262
Manatees ana the Metaphors ot Desire
278
Conttibutors
291

W lioness and Walls
149
The Ecology of Magic
174

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