Edge Of Tomorrow: An Arctic Year

Paperback | September 30, 1998

bySam Wright

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From one of the last great wildernesses -- the Brooks Range of Alaska, one hundred miles inside the Arctic Circle -- Sam Wright speaks to an emerging view of nature as an interconnected, dynamic whole. Living in a hand-built, 12'-by-12' cabin, Wright records seasonal changes and his thoughts as he and his wife live a year in isolation and contemplation.

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Writing from an isolated cabin in the last great wilderness of Alaska, Sam Wright uncovers many of life’s paradoxes. His book, The Edge of Tomorrow is sure to touch you with its insight and awe of nature. Wright speaks to an emerging view of nature as interconnected, dynamic and whole. Marvel at his realizations in this often magical w...

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From one of the last great wildernesses -- the Brooks Range of Alaska, one hundred miles inside the Arctic Circle -- Sam Wright speaks to an emerging view of nature as an interconnected, dynamic whole. Living in a hand-built, 12'-by-12' cabin, Wright records seasonal changes and his thoughts as he and his wife live a year in isolation ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8.27 × 5.55 × 0.62 inPublished:September 30, 1998Publisher:Washington State UniversityLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0874221676

ISBN - 13:9780874221671

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Writing from an isolated cabin in the last great wilderness of Alaska, Sam Wright uncovers many of life’s paradoxes. His book, The Edge of Tomorrow is sure to touch you with its insight and awe of nature. Wright speaks to an emerging view of nature as interconnected, dynamic and whole. Marvel at his realizations in this often magical work.

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"Wright has a place in the canon of the sourdough, in the legacy of the Alaskan writer of the wilderness... but there is one way he is different. He is less concerned with how he built his cabin or how he killed a caribou than in what it means."