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Wild fruits : Thoreau's rediscovered last manuscript

Auteur : Henry David Thoreau; Bradley P Dean
Éditeur : New York : W.W. Norton, ©2000.
Édition/format :   Livre : Anglais : 1st edVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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This wonderful book is both a practical and philosophical field guide to the natural gifts of the American countryside. The final harvest of our great nature writer's last years, Wild Fruits presents Thoreau's distinctly American gospel -- a sacramental vision of nature in which "the tension between Thoreau the naturalist and Thoreau the missionary for nature's wonders invigorates nearly every page" (Time). In
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Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Henry David Thoreau; Bradley P Dean
ISBN : 0393047512 9780393047516 0393321150 9780393321159
Numéro OCLC : 41404600
Description : xvii, 409 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contenu : Wild Fruits --
A Thoreau Chronology --
Glossary of Botanical Terms.
Responsabilité : Henry David Thoreau ; edited and introduced by Bradley P. Dean ; illustrations by Abigail Rorer.

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This wonderful book is both a practical and philosophical field guide to the natural gifts of the American countryside. The final harvest of our great nature writer's last years, Wild Fruits presents Thoreau's distinctly American gospel -- a sacramental vision of nature in which "the tension between Thoreau the naturalist and Thoreau the missionary for nature's wonders invigorates nearly every page" (Time). In transcribing the 150-year-old manuscript's cryptic handwriting and complex notations, Thoreau specialist Bradley P. Dean has performed a "heroic feat of decipherment" (Booklist) to bring this great work to light. Readers will discover "passages that reach for the transcendentalist ideal of writing new Scriptures, yet grounding this Bible in a vision of practical ecology" (Boston magazine). Wild Fruits is beautifully illustrated throughout with line drawings of the natural life Thoreau considered on his walks. - Back cover.

Thoreau presents information about the "'unnoticed wild berry whose beauty annually lends a new charm to some wild walk,'" along with what "may be considered Thoreau's last will and testament, in which he protests our desecration of the landscape, reflects on the importance of preserving wild space 'for instruction and recreation,' and envisions a new American scripture."--Jacket.

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