HOUSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMAGINATION: BEAUTY, POLITICS, AND REFUGE IN AMERICAN NATURE WRITING. Peter Quigley, Robinson Jeffers.

HOUSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMAGINATION: BEAUTY, POLITICS, AND REFUGE IN AMERICAN NATURE WRITING.

(Newcastle upon Tyne): Cambridge Scholars Publishing, (2012). First edition. One of only 500 copies printed. Quigley examines the writing, houses, and lives of Thoreau, Robinson Jeffers, Gary Snyder, Wendell Berry, Scott Russell Sanders, Arne Naess, Mary Austin, Jack London, and others. Profusely illustrated with black-and-white photos and with several color plates. 8vo shimmering gray/black cloth stamped in silver on spine. Quigley is a Fulbright Scholar, was president of the Jeffers Foundation, and has held positions in academia at a number of universities from professorships to dean and vice chancellor. Copies of email correspondence between collector Allen K. Mears, Quigley and the publisher's reps providing details about the production of the book, etc., included. Fine in fine dust jacket.
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Price: $75.00

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