"A text of unusual beauty and perception." - Publishers Weekly --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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One of my husband and my favorites. So happy to find it, and in great condition. Thanks.Published 9 months ago by Linda M. Bower
Great essay for those interested in Nature and artistic creativity. Wonderfully perceptive ideas clearly expressed. I understand after reading it why it has become a classic!Published 13 months ago by Rodney J.Umlas
The Tree is a poetically written book that increased my love and desire to be at one with nature and God's creation.Published 16 months ago by Marta
an extraordinary essay that encourages wildness in the natural world and in the creative realmPublished 21 months ago by Cecile Moochnek
The was unfamiliar to me and I did not what it will be like. I do like polished paper printPublished on May 16, 2014 by Varduhi Torosyan
This a thoughtful and brief look at, among other things, how science may have led us astray in getting to better know and understand nature.Published on March 5, 2014 by Charles R. Woessner
In this nonfiction piece, Fowles attempts to describe what he says is impossible to describe, our feelings toward a nature that is unaltered by humans. Read morePublished on February 26, 2014 by Dennis Zeunert
I hope my rating doesn't discourage others from reading this book, because it's personal. I am fascinated by trees and nature, but I suppose I'm not really interested in analyzing... Read morePublished on February 11, 2014 by KarenO