The Wild Piedmont

(A short version of this essay first appeared in Heartstone, Spring 06) This weekend I’ve been reading Jack Turner’s 1996 book of essays, The Abstract Wild. It’s a collection of studied passionate responses to the loss of the wild earth, from the high reaches of Tibet to his own back yard in Jackson, Wyoming. Turner, a climber and former philosophy professor, accepts that the...

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