I recommend all of his written works.
I hope that, if this book is for yourself, that you do keep an open mind, and allow Berry to convince you that he is right, and to show you a better way.
This highly stimulating collection of Berry's essays contains some of the most important things Berry has written.
yes, I've found all Wendell Berry's books to be most informative and enjoyable, and thought provoking, to say the least.Published 5 months ago by Shirley LaFleur
A coworker and I decided to start reading books together for reasons of discussing them weekly. This was the first book we picked. It was great! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amy
Berry's work always astounds me. These eight essays focus on issues from feminism to economy to family to community. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Angel
A pleasant surprise: personal correspondence between Mr. Berry and someone named John tucked inside the pages. Pretty cool. Thanks a lot.Published 17 months ago by Thomas C. Owens
Loved the book. He is a wonderful writer and has the wisdom that we need to get the country back on track. One thing I found a wee bit detracting is he seems anti-Catholic. Read morePublished 20 months ago by J. P. Coffey
Berry really makes you dig deep; to understand what he means. He may be one of the most broad minded American Thinkers to come along in decades. Not dogmatic; just VERY thoughtful.Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
In Sex, Economy, Freedom and Community Wendell Berry presents us with eight essays on a variety of topics, ranging from tobacco farming to sexual ethics. Read morePublished on May 31, 2011 by J Martin Jellinek