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Wendell Berry
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WENDELL BERRY is the author of more than two dozen books, including Fidelity, What Are People For? and The Unsettling of America. He lives and writes on his farm in Kentucky and teaches at the University of Kentucky.

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Fidelity
Five Stories
Written by Wendell Berry


Format: Trade Paperback, 208 pages
Publisher: Pantheon
On Sale: September 28, 1993
Price: $15.00

"Berry richly evokes Port William's farmlands and hamlets, and his characters are fiercely individual, yet mutually protective in everything they do. . . . His sentences are exquisitely constructed, suggesting the cyclic rhythms of his agrarian world."—New York Times Book Review.

“In this powerful new collection, the noted poet, essayist and fiction... Read more >

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Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community
Eight Essays
Written by Wendell Berry


Format: Trade Paperback, 208 pages
Publisher: Pantheon
On Sale: September 13, 1994
Price: $15.00

Berry continues with the intellectual themes that have occupied his thought over the past decades: the importance of community, and the diversity and sustainability of local economy; the damage wrought by industrialized economy and "global" thinking; and the inherent complexity of personal morality and its necessary placement within political and cultural... Read more >
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