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Annie Dillard is the author of many works of nonfiction, including An American Childhood and Teaching a Stone to Talk, as well as the novels The Living and The Maytrees.
Annie Dillard has gone on to write other very different books, all of which I also own; her range is incredible.
It is way too descriptive... repetitive and makes me want to sleep... even in the book form... as I had to try reading it... nothing made it any better.
Dillard will give you a new way of looking at the world around you, even for those who thought they were already seeing it all.
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A proper review of this book would require an essay, not a tossed off summary sprinkled with a few dozen well-deserved superlatives. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Vincent L. Carrella
At the conclusion of my second reading (23 years after the first), I continue my dedication to this fascinating creation. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Cindy Wilson
Nature writing is one of my favorites genres and Pilgrim at Tinker Creek is on many "must read" lists. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Annette Lamb
I am about halfway through this book at the moment. I am surprised I've gotten this far. The only reason I keep reading is probably in hope of some sort of plot forming, but I... Read morePublished 22 days ago by babybelle
This was definitely not my type of book but it was chosen for our book club. I like books with plot and characters.Published 1 month ago by amy s
As one familiar with the geographic setting of this book, I found it interesting and delightful.Published 1 month ago by D Hamner
This is an interesting read for nature lovers. I love the detail.Published 2 months ago by Kaye Marutzky