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By Donald Culross Peattie

An Almanac for Moderns encompasses a brief essay for every day of the 12 months that contemplates a distinct yet authentic element of unbridled nature. in response to a evaluate in country, this number of essays manages to “appeal to the normal lover of nature . . . however the flip of Peattie’s brain is poetic and speculative.” The ny Times calls this booklet “a nice and refined belief . . . emerging now and then to an excessive lyric attractiveness . . . a ebook which the reader will deeply treasure, and to which he'll again and again return.”

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