The Voice of the Desert
by Joseph Wood Krutch

A naturalist's description and thoughts about the Arizona desert: the animals, plants, mountains, geology, and evolution. He tries to counteract the scientists by romanticizing nature. His prose style and knowledge of the established facts are more palatable to me than the inhuman objectivity that scientists attempt or the emotional nonsense of poets.

Year Read: 1986


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