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The Pine Barrens
The Pine Barrens
Author: John McPhee
New Jersey's population density, at one-thousand persons per square mile, is the highest in the nation. Yet in South Central New Jersey there is an area of 650,000 acres which has a population of only a few thousand people--the Pine Barrens. John McPhee's portrait of that land and its people os a unique blend of folklore and the natural processe...  more »
ISBN: 40093
Pages: 176
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Publisher: Ballentine Books Wadlden Edition
Book Type: Paperback
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McPhee is a classic nature writer and this is one of his better books. From the Ballentine Walden Edition Library it was released about the same time as Diet for a Small Planet, Malabar Farm, and Sand County Almanac. A lost treasure of the early environmental literature of our nation.


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