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Outstanding poetry from one of the great American poet/essayists.Published 9 months ago by A. Naamani
This is one of Gary Snyder's classics. Not always understandable unless you know Zen Buddhism and sanscrit but worth the read.Published 13 months ago by Richard J. Barron
This book is beautiful! Gary Snyder is a genius, and the book is a large sized book, with 2 audio CD's that come along with it, where Gary Snyder reads all of the poems in his own... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dinesh Devaraj
Mountains and Rivers Without End, Gary Snyder's magnum opus offers thoughts and images that touch the troubles of our times. The poems are deeply meditative and inspiring.Published 18 months ago by Susan
I've read Gary Snyder's long poem twice, and I like it even less a second time. Snyder does have some good poems, and one or two that are part of Gary's "epic" are pretty good, but... Read morePublished on May 26, 2013 by Charles B. Taylor
I so much appreciated Gary Snyder's to apply his understanding of two continents" landscapes and cultures in creating his masterpiece.Published on March 22, 2013 by Phil Dinehart
This is a spectacular piece of work. I have had a hard copy of it since it first came out,uh 15 or so years ago. And now I have it on my Kindle fire. It reads just fine either way. Read morePublished on October 8, 2012 by W. Roberts
I have some ambivalence about giving Snyder 5 stars for this work. I come to this collection of poems after reading "Turtle Island", which I liked better overall. Read morePublished on September 7, 2000 by Curtis L. Wilbur