About this Book
In 1912, the great American naturalist John Burroughs was asked by a preacher to talk to his parishioners on the gospel of nature. In his essay, Burroughs reflects on the impact and influence his excursions in nature had on his life. äóìThat I am a saner, healthier, more contented man, with truer standards of life, for all my loiterings in the fields and woods, I am fully convinced.
This short work is part of Applewoodäó»s American Roots series, tactile mementos of American passions by some of Americaäó»s most famous writers and thinkers.
By author: John Burroughs
Number of Pages: 32
Dimensions: 4.3 X 6.8 Inches (US)
Original publication year:2015