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Re: [at-l] Suggestions for Reading???

Scott & Helen Nearing, The Good Life series.  Out of print but Banres & 
Noble has them.  jpj

>From: "David Hicks" <davehicks@worldnet.att.net>
>To: <hikester@mindspring.com>
>CC: "AT-List" <at-l@edina.hack.net>
>Subject: Re: [at-l] Suggestions for Reading???
>Date: Sun, 15 Aug 1999 11:30:25 -0400
> >Anybody have any ideas about who/what would be excellent choices for such 
> >class?  I'm looking for non-fiction commentaries, writings that have
> >prompted serious environmental responses.
>I'd suggest you include Aldo Leopold's _A Sand County Almanac_ Enlarged
>Edition [i.e., post 1966].
>Maybe Marybeth Lorbiecki's _Aldo Leopold: A Fierce Green Fire_ [Leopold's
>biography], should be included to help put Leopold's and writings into the
>context of his remarkable intellectual growth and ethical journey.
>If you want poignant individual short Leopold readings, try his essays
>"Odyssey", current found in the "Wisconsin" section and "Thinking Like a
>Mountain" in the "Arizona and New Mexico" section of "Part II: The Quality
>of Landscape" in the Enlarged Edition.  For heavier going, go right to the
>end of the volume and the "Conservation Esthetic."
>As for Muir, you might want to check out
>www.sierraclub.com/john_muir_exhibit/ or www.cs.strath.ac.uk/contrib/JMC/
>or www0.delphi.com/johnmuir/.
>My choice for a Muir book would have to be _My First Summer in the Sierra_.
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