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Desert Solitaire

Author: Edward Abbey
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671695886
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An account of the author's experiences, observations, and reflections as a seasonal park ranger in southeast Utah

Desert Solitaire A Season In The Wilderness

Author: Edward Abbey
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 000828332X
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‘My favourite book about the wilderness’ Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild In this shimmering masterpiece of American nature writing, Edward Abbey ventures alone into the canyonlands of Moab, Utah, to work as a seasonal ranger for the United States National Park Service.

A Voice Crying In The Wilderness

Author: Edward Abbey
Publisher: St Martins Press
ISBN: 9780312041472
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Essays address such diverse topics as New York City, politics, human perfectability, sex, literature, and the environment

The Best Of Edward Abbey

Author: Edward Abbey
Publisher: Counterpoint LLC
ISBN: 9781578051212
Size: 16.11 MB
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This is the only major collection of Abbey’s writings compiled by the author himself: in his own words, “to present what I think is both the best and most representative of my writing—so far.” It serves up a rich feast of fiction and prose by the singular American writer whom Larry McMurtry called “the Thoreau of the American West.” Devoted Abbey fans along with readers just discovering his work will find a mother lode of treasures here: generous chunks of his best novels, including The Brave Cowboy, Black Sun, and his classic The Monkey Wrench Gang; and more than a score of his evocative, passionate, trenchant essays—a genre in which he produced acknowledged masterpieces such as Desert Solitaire. Scattered throughout are the author’s own petroglyph-style sketches. This new edition adds selections from work that appeared shortly before Abbey’s death: a chapter from Hayduke Lives!, the hilarious sequel to The Monkey Wrench Gang; excerpts from his revealing journals; and examples of his poetry. A new foreword by Doug Peacock—Abbey’s close friend and the model for the flamboyant activist Hayduke—offers a fond appreciation of this larger-than-life figure in American letters.

Abbey S Road

Author: Edward Abbey
Publisher: Peter Smith Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780844672014
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Abbey's explorations include the familiar territory of the Rio Grande in Texas, Canyonlands National Park, and Lake Powell in Utah. He also takes readers to such varied places as Scotland, the interior of Australia, the Sierra Madre, and Isla de la Sombra in Mexico.

Appalachian Wilderness

Author: Eliot Porter
Publisher: Bristol Park Books
ISBN: 9780884860129
Size: 71.81 MB
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The photography of Eliot Porter captures the majestic beauty of the Appalachian wilderness. In the contrast, the harsh human history--the blighting force of today's industrial tourism, the sad fate of the Cherokee Indians, and the mountaineers--is sensitively recorded by Abbey. 45 color illustrations. $37.50 value.

The Journey Home

Author: Edward Abbey
Publisher: Plume
ISBN: 9780525483960
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Long considered an underground classic, The Journey Home stands beside Desert Solitaire as one of Abbey's most important works. In a voice edged eith chagrin, Abbey offers a portrait of the American West that readers will not soon forget, presenting the reflections and observations of a man who left the urban world behind in pursuit of the natural one and the myths buried therein.

The Wilderness Reader

Author: Frank Bergon
Publisher: University of Nevada Press
ISBN: 9780874172508
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The relationship of wilderness to civilization has been a major preoccupation of poets and novelists from Bryant to Faulkner. The cultural heritage developed out of a great deal of philosophizing, romanticizing and fantasizing about the wilderness. But for all the enthusiasm that accompanied its conquest, we have not necessarily developed an appreciation for the actual phenomenon of wilderness itself - its trees, bogs, snakes, rocks, wolves and dirt.