Wendell Berry: Essays 1969 - 1990

by Wendell Berry

Wendell Berry: Essays 1969 - 1990

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In celebration of Berry's extraordinary six-decade-long career, Library of America presents a two-volume selection of his nonfiction writings prepared in close consultation with the author. This first volume collects thirty-three essays from nine different books, including his first, The Long-Legged House (1969), What are People For? (1990), and the complete text of his now classic The Unsettling of America (1975), whose argument about the ecological, economic, and human costs of industrial agriculture has, as the author notes, 'not had the happy fate of being proved wrong.'
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In celebration of Berry's extraordinary six-decade-long career, Library of America presents a two-volume selection of his nonfiction writings prepared in close consultation with the author. This first volume collects thirty-three essays from nine different books, including his first, The Long-Legged House (1969), What are People For? (1990), and the complete text of his now classic The Unsettling of America (1975), whose argument about the ecological, economic, and human costs of industrial agriculture has, as the author notes, 'not had the happy fate of being proved wrong.'

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