Wake-Robin (Hardcover)

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Wake-Robin (Hardcover)

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First published in 1871, Wake-Robin is a collection of essays about the flora and fauna of upstate New York. John Burroughs was a pioneering naturalist and writer who helped to popularize the genre of nature writing in America. Wake-Robin is one of his best-loved works, and it includes essays on a wide range of topics, from wildflowers to birds to snakes. Burroughs writes with a poetic sensibility and a deep appreciation for the beauty of the natural world, and his work continues to inspire nature lovers and environmentalists to this day.

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