Islands, the universe, home

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Penguin Books, Oct 1, 1992 - Fiction - 196 pages
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A collection of deeply personal essays that illuminate the relationship between the human and the natural worlds by the acclaimed author of The Solace of Open Spaces. Another of Ehrlich's books--Heart Mountain--was made into a movie starring Robert Redford.

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I love to read all kinds of books, but books of essays are my favorites. Give me any essay written by Barry Lopez and I'm gone for the evening. I would put Gretel Ehrlich and John McPhee in that same ... Read full review

Islands, the universe, home

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Ehrlich's well-received work, The Solace of Open Spaces ( LJ 11/1/85), is a collection of descriptive essays about Wyoming sheepherders, cowboys, Native Americans, and desolate spaces. Her new work ... Read full review

Contents

LOOKING FOR A LOST DOG
3
SPRING
11
THE SOURCE OF A RIVER
27
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About the author (1992)

Gretel Ehrlich is the author of This Cold Heaven (available in paperback from Vintage Books) and The Solace of Open Spaces, among other works of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. She divides her time between California and Wyoming.

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