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A Desert Bestiary: Folklore, Literature, and Ecological Thought from the World’s Dry Places

By: Gregory McNamee

$14.95

Following the model of the medieval Latin bestiaries, Gregory McNamee has written a book at once naturalistic, folkloristic, and literary, made up of short essays on forty-three animals of the world’s deserts. These essays discuss the creatures as they are and as they are imagined, and bring their natural lives and histories vividly to the page.

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Following the model of the medieval Latin bestiaries, Gregory McNamee has written a book at once naturalistic, folkloristic, and literary, made up of short essays on forty-three animals of the world’s deserts. These essays discuss the creatures as they are and as they are imagined, and bring their natural lives and histories vividly to the page.

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Publisher:Johnson Books
Edition:1st Edition
Binding:Paperback
Volume(s):1
About the Author:Gregory McNamee is the author or volume editor of ten books, including "The Sierra Club Desert Reader" and "Gila: The Life and Death of an American River" (for which he received the Arizona Library Association’s Adult Author Award for 1995). His environmental and literary journalism has appeared in "The Nation," "Summit," "Outside," "Orion Nature Quarterly," "Audubon," "The Bloomsbury Review," and other major journals. He lives in Tucson.
Product Dimensions:5.8 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
Pages:166
Publication Date:January 1, 1997