Dwellings by Linda Hogan
A Spiritual History of the Living World

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A first collection of essays by a Chickasaw poet and novelist considers such subjects as bats, bees, porcupines, wolves, and caves while regarding the earth as humankind's universal home.

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Linda Hogan teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Published August 1, 1995 by W W Norton & Co Inc. 160 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, History, Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Still, Hogan occasionally pushes the reader too far with her one-sided view, blaming Western ideas for everything that is evil, as when she writes that ``the Western belief that God lives apart from earth is one that has taken us toward collective destruction.'' And many readers will not sympathi...

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Novelist (Mean Spirit) and poet (Seeing Through the Sun) Hogan branches into nonfiction with this slender volume of meditations on the natural world.

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Reviews Philosophy About Our Affiliates Books & Audios Recently Reviewed Chickasaw poet, novelist, and essayist Linda Hogan brings together 16 pieces growing out of her readings of the natural world, plants, animals, and Native American rituals.

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