Results for "author_first: Wendell, author_last: Berry"
Wendell Berry in A Timbered Choir When we work well, a Sabbath mood
Wendell Berry in Recollected Essays 1965-1980: "The Long-Legged House" Today, as always as I am afoot in the woods
What Are People For? Reveals a vision of life informed by a deep love of nature and place.
The Country of Marriage A celebration by the well-known poet of place, marriage, and all that fills his heart.
The Country of Marriage Wendell Berry's poem "The Old Elm Tree by the River."
Window Poems Wendell Berry's poem about paying in order to give freely.
The Country of Marriage Wendell Berry's poem on a bird's song setting us free.
A Timbered Choir Unhurried poems filled with a respect for place and the wonders of the natural world.
The Country of Marriage A poem by Wendell Berry on love.
Whitefoot An enchanting children's book that salutes the survival skills of a little mouse swept away in a flood.