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By Gary Snyder

The 9 captivatingly meditative essays in The perform of the Wild demonstrate the deep knowing and extensive erudition of Gary Snyder within the methods of Buddhist trust, wildness, flora and fauna, and the realm. those essays, first released in 1990, stand because the mature centerpiece of Snyder’s paintings and suggestion, and this profound assortment is generally accredited as one of many crucial texts on desolate tract and the interplay of nature and culture.

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