Reflections on Wendell Berry's The Art of Loading Brush
20 March 2021
Despite at times feeling as though my entire life is a casualty of modernity’s ills while reading Berry, “The Art of Loading Brush” is a fantastic book. With an authority and complexity that only comes from experience, Berry’s writing on farming, local communities and human connection to the land is beautifully instructive. The book is a collection of essays, short stories and poems that explore much of what Berry has spent his entire life writing about — considerations of ethics and aesthetics, individual and cultural, in the context of politics, economics and community living.
Read "My Introduction to Agrarianism" by Sharon Spaulding at The Daily Campus.
And follow it with "An agrarian vocabulary" also by Sharon Spaulding.
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