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New Wolves: The Return of the Mexican Wolf to the American Southwest

New Wolves: The Return of the Mexican Wolf to the American Southwest (Paperback)

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The award-winning writer documents changing wildlife patternsThis is the hopeful story of the resurgence of a long-hunted animal that nearly disappeared from the planet. The Mexican wolves were reintroduced to the Blue Mountains a few years ago, and Bass' celebration of their revival is writing at its best. Bass' newest release, The Lives of Rocks, is creating new readers for this classic from 2001."This is a ballad of a book, a hymn to the gloriously defiant power of survival."--Publishers Weekly"Enthralling and brilliant." - Jim HarrisonRick Bass lives in Yaak Valley, Montana.

Natural World & The EnvironmentThe natural world, country life & pets Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publication Date: 01/09/2007 ISBN-13: 9781599212289  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Rick Bass was born in Fort Worth, Texas, on March 7, 1958. He earned a degree in geology in 1979 and worked as a petroleum geologist for several years. He lived in Mississippi for a number of years, where he started writing. He became part of the trend of Southern authors who wrote about the West. His works are concerned with the nature of the human heart and the heart of nature. His first short story collection won the PEN/Nelson Algren Award in 1988. His most recent collection is The Lives of Rocks. In an article for the Bloomsbury Review, John Murray wrote, "Bass is characteristically Southwestern in independence, his restlessness, his humor, his vitality, his sunny outlook, his distrust of unchallenged authority, and his disclaim for affectation and pretense." He lives in Yaak Valley, Montana.

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