Results for "author_first: Wendell, author_last: Berry"
Wendell Berry in Recollected Essays 1965-1980: "The Long-Legged House" Today, as always as I am afoot in the woods
Wendell Berry in A Timbered Choir When we work well, a Sabbath mood
Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community Eight thought-provoking countercultural essays sure to generate heat.
The Country of Marriage Wendell Berry's poem "The Old Elm Tree by the River."
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 on a bird's song setting us free.
What Are People For? Reveals a fascination with nature's processes.
The Country of Marriage A poem by Wendell Berry on love.
What Are People For? Reveals Wendell Berry's spiritual vision of life.
Whitefoot Wendell Berry on a mouse who knows she is in the center of the world.