The Beauty of Nature
Our world today is surrounded by nature. Everywhere we go there is an essence about it. As Ghandi once said, “The good man is the friend of all living things.” In this essay Edward Abbey expresses the detail that surrounded him. Through out the passage, Abbey...
. .would begin with an image so startling and lovely and wondrous that you would stop riffling through the rest of the mail, take your jacket off, sit down at the table, adjust your spectacles, tell the dog to lie down, tell the kids to make their own sandwiches for heavenssake, that’s...
BY: Michael Richards
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