Blending well-known and new voices, the volume surveys classical and romantic concepts of wilderness, from the scary to the sublime, and shows why neither serves us anymore. Instead, the authors argue for a “wild culture,” in which nature is not opposed to humanity, a mere matter of resources and consumers. Contributors: David Abram, Douglas Buege, Denis Cosgrove, Robert Greenway, Ed Grumbine, Marvin Henberg, Irene Klaver, Andrew Light, Lois Lorentzen, Max Oelschlaeger, R. Murray Schafer, Tom Wolf.
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