Living at the End of Time

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Houghton Mifflin, 1990 - Naturalists - 223 pages
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In the best tradition of naturalist writing, an exploration of a man and his ancestors' relationship with the surrounding physical world.

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So, I wanted to love this book, because it is interesting and mixes nature, biography, and history. But after reading it all the way through it feel like a mish-mash of things. Maybe because you never ... Read full review

Living at the end of time

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Mitchell, editor of the National Audubon Society's Sanctuary magazine, writes prosaically of a year spent in a cabin in semi-wild Massachusetts. During the course of the year, he reads the journals of ... Read full review

Contents

Uncommon Ground
1
In Two Worlds
11
Beside the Green Meadow
23
Copyright

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John Hanson Mitchell is the author of several books, including A Field Guide to Your Own Backyard (Countryman) and Ceremonial Time, and the editor of the award-winning natural history/environmental journal Sanctuary, published by the Massachusetts Audubon Society. He lives and gardens in Littleton, MA.

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