And the perspicacity of his prose is a great source of delight to us all, fishers and non-fishers alike. Whether pursuing brook trout or Dolly Varden, Dickerson knows both the thrill of the cast and the agony of horribly compromised habitat. We are all the more gleeful and sadly wiser for his efforts.
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Advance Praise for The Voices of Rivers For the earnest fly fisherman, life on earth is measured by encounter, not only with the cutthroat or the brookie, but with the big story being written beneath all things. Matthew Dickerson Matthew Dickerson www. He is the author of several works of fiction and creative non-fiction, as well as literary explorations of mythopoeic literature with a particular focus on environmental aspects of the writings of J.
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SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Narnia and the Fields of Arbol : the environmental vision of C. Imprint Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, c Physical description xiii, p. Series Culture of the land.
Narnia and the Fields of Arbol: The Environmental Vision of C. S. Lewis
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tf.nn.threadsol.com/nywiw-tracker-a.php Summary "Narnia and the Fields of Arbol" is the first book dedicated to C. Lewis' vision of our relationship to nature and the environment.
Matthew T. Dickerson and David O'Hara examine "The Chronicles of Narnia" and the Ransom books, as well as Lewis' essays and personal correspondence, connecting his writing with that of authors more traditionally associated with environmentalism, such as Wendell Berry, Aldo Leopold, and Gary Snyder.