The Sweet Breathing of Plants: Women Writing on the Green World
Linda Hogan, Brenda Peterson
North Point Press, 2001 - Nature - 288 pages
Since prehistory, plants -- as sources of food, medicine, clothing, beauty, and life itself -- have been the province of women. Yet no previous book has attempted to bring together the rich literature this connection has inspired. This burgeoning collection amply addresses that lack, celebrating an ancient and ongoing relationship with more than three dozen selections of nonfiction and poetry.
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Editors Hogan (Mean Spirit) and Peterson (see Build Me an Ark, reviewed on p. 00) here collect more than three dozen pieces of nonfiction and poetry celebrating women's relationships with plants ... Read full review