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Berry is a writer, lecturer and farmer from Kentucky. I discovered Berry to be deeply concerned regarding the destructiveness of our modern world and challenging the prevailing tenants of Modernism. One of the major themes throughout the book is man's place on the land and man's connection with the environment. He asks in one essay: "How can we imagine our situation or our history if we think ourselves superior to it?"

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