The Courage of Turtles by Edward Hoagland

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Explores everything from basic human emotions to the circus.

About Edward Hoagland

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John Muir (1838a1914) immigrated with his family to the United States in 1849. He settled in California, where he became a leader of the forest conservation movement and was inducted into the Ecology Hall of Fame. Edward Hoagland has written more than twenty books.
Published January 1, 1970 by Random House. 239 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Somehow Mr. Hoagland's pieces read better in the Village Voice (the source of a good number) where the irreducible flotsam brought in by the cruising ego becomes a kind of transient but valuable journalistic illumination.

Jan 14 1970 | Read Full Review of The Courage of Turtles

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These two volumes from the distinguished essayist Hoagland, both originally published in the early 1970s, cover an impressive range of subjects in the realms of both nature and culture. (Feb.)

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