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Main Title Courage for the Earth : writers, scientists, and activists celebrate the life and writing of Rachel Carson /
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Matthiessen, Peter.
Publisher Houghton Mifflin,
Year Published 2007
OCLC Number 77522749
ISBN 9780618872763; 0618872760
Subjects Pesticides--Environmental aspects ; Biologi--miljèofrêagor ; Bekämpningsmedel--miljèofrêagor
Additional Subjects Carson, Rachel,--1907-1964--Silent spring
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ELBM  QH545.P4C684 2007 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 12/19/2017
Collation 208 pages ; 21 cm
"A Mariner original." "Rachel Carson bibliography: p. 203-208.
Contents Notes
Introduction / Peter Matthiessen -- Love, fear, and witnessing / Linda Lear -- On Silent spring / Edward O. Wilson -- Rachel Carson in The highest tide / Jim Lynch -- Silent spring : a father-daughter dance / Sandra Steingraber -- Rachel Carson and Silent spring / Al Gore -- Withered sedge and yellow wood : poetry in Silent spring / John Elder -- A long view of Rachel Carson / John Hay -- Changing sex / Janisse Ray -- The moral courage of Rachel Carson / Terry Tempest Williams -- Silent future : Rachel Carson and the creeping apocalypse / Freeman House -- Always a naturalist / Robert Michael Pyle -- Remembrance of life / Linda Lear. Honoring the centennial of the birth of the pioneering naturalist, a compilation of essays celebrates Carson's contributions to the birth of the environmental movement, in a collection that features works by Al Gore, John Hay, and Linda Lear.