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Author Berry, Wendell, 1934-
Title What are people for? : essays / by Wendell Berry
Imprint Berkeley, CA : Counterpoint, 2010
book jacket
 Euro-Am Studies Lib 2F  814.54 B4599wh 2010    AVAILABLE  -  30500101509449
Descript 210 pages ; 21 cm
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Note Damage -- Healing -- A remarkable man [Nate Shaw] -- Harry Caudill in the Cumberlands -- A few words in favor of Edward Abbey -- Wallace Stegner and the great community -- A poem of difficult hope -- Style and grace -- Writer and region -- The responsibility of the poet -- God and country -- A practical harmony -- An argument for diversity -- What are people for? -- Waste -- Economy and pleasure -- The pleasures of eating -- The work of local culture -- Why I am not going to buy a computer -- Feminism, the body, and the machine -- Word and flesh -- Nature as measure
Essays on Nate Shaw, Harry Caudill, Edward Abbey, Wallace Stegner, diversity, waste, eating, local culture, consumption, conservation, environmental concerns, and other topics
Subject American essays
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