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Reviews of Books with 203 Pages

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Our Father's World

by Henry L. Carrigan

In his now famous 1967 essay, “The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis,” scientist Lynn White laid the blame for the modern environmental predicament squarely at the feet of Christianity. White argued that the Christian... Read More

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One with the Herd

“We are all on a journey to discover our dreams, or life’s dream for us. The only way we can know if the fit is right is to try it on,” writes the author. Nationally acclaimed wildlife painter, writer, and horse breeder/trainer Liz... Read More

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Lauren's Story

Lauren, a young, starving beagle, matures into a cosmopolitan dog that takes on Paris from its cafés and cinemas to its gardens and salons. She is also the center of a small group of well-defined, fully individuated characters. There... Read More

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Starry Night

by Aimee Houser

This book was a labor of love for the author, a science writer best known for co-discovering the Shoemaker-Levy 9 comet. He establishes in the preface that poetry and stargazing have been early and abiding passions for him in almost... Read More

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Romantic Poems, Poets, and Narrators

by Leeta Taylor

If English Romantic poets still dominate the landscape of modern poetry, it is because theirs was the first to dramatize the mind’s interior act of self-creation, of the imagination being self-consciously born into language. They were... Read More

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Simple Kabbalah

by Sophia Tarila

Simple Kabbalah is the third in Conari Press’ Simple Wisdom Book Series, which seeks to provide accessible books on enlightening topics. Kabbalah is an ancient mystical Hebrew tradition delving into the esoteric understanding of the... Read More

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Mission Memoirs

by Laurene Sorensen

On a miserable December day in southern California, designer and art director Terry Ruscin drove to the church at Mission San Luis, Rey de Francia to hear a performance of Handel’s Messiah. The music was familiar enough, but for Ruscin... Read More