A Desert Harvest

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • A Desert Harvest
  • Bruce Berger
  • 28 February 2018
  • 9780374220570

About the Author: Bruce Berger

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Desert Harvest book, this is one of the most wanted Bruce Berger author readers around the world.

A Desert Harvest A Career Spanning Collection Of Bruce Berger S Beautiful, Subtle, And Spiky Essays On The American DesertOccupying A Space Between Traditional Nature Writing, Memoir, Journalism, And Prose Poetry, Bruce Berger S Essays Are Beautiful, Subtle, And Haunting Meditations On The Landscape And Culture Of The American Southwest Combining New, Unpublished Essays With Selections From His Acclaimed Trilogy Of Desert Books The Telling Distance, There Was A River, And Almost An Island A Desert Harvest Is A Career Spanning Selection Of The Best Work By This Unique And Undervalued Voice.Wasteland Architecture, Mountaintop Astronomy, Bach In The Wilderness, The Mind Of The Wood Rat, The Canals Of Phoenix, And The Numerous Eccentric Personalities Who Call The Desert Their Home All Come To Life In These Fascinating Portraits Of America S Seemingly Desolate Terrains.

10 thoughts on “A Desert Harvest

  1. says:

    A wonderful collection of essays, some long, some short, mostly centered on the Sonoran Desert and La Paz with a few totally different subjects thrown in like attending a Physics Conference in Spain A couple of them I absolutely loved and could be spun into a o...

  2. says:

    This is my first introduction to Bruce Berger s work, though he has written extensively, often about the desert A Desert Harvest is a fine but somewhat schizophrenic collection of essays gathered together under a rather misleading title The collection contains a few longer essays interspersed with many short 3 4 page essays While all but one of the longer essays take place in desert locales, they are not really ruminations on desert natural history in a traditional sense Instead, Berger introduces his readers to unusual people and circumstances involving habitat and endangered species protection, the folly of building contemporary cities in the desert, and the manic preparation for a total solar eclipse among other topics Many of these longer essays are set in the city of La Paz, in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, and many also revolve around the author s passion for playing classical music on the piano The...

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