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By Corey Lee Lewis

A provocative new method to learn and interpret the vintage works of John Muir, Mary Austin, and Gary Snyder, and to deliver their rules into the dialogue of ecological values and the present environmental quandary. Lewis combines a perceptive dialogue in their paintings and concepts with an interesting account of his personal path stories as hiker/backpacker and volunteer path builder, providing that this type of field-based, interdisciplinary method of literary learn and outside adventure can increase our appreciation for the paintings of nature writers.

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By Corey Lee Lewis

A provocative new method to learn and interpret the vintage works of John Muir, Mary Austin, and Gary Snyder, and to deliver their rules into the dialogue of ecological values and the present environmental quandary. Lewis combines a perceptive dialogue in their paintings and concepts with an interesting account of his personal path stories as hiker/backpacker and volunteer path builder, providing that this type of field-based, interdisciplinary method of literary learn and outside adventure can increase our appreciation for the paintings of nature writers.

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