Rachel Carson's enduring reputation was secured by just four books: her trilogy about the sea and Silent Spring. This collection of previously unpublished and lesser-known writing gives a more personal picture of Carson's evolution as an environmental thinker. Here are both her public and her private voice, in youthful writing, essays, field journals, speeches, articles and letters. Lost Woods reveals her developing awareness of the fragility of the natural world and our impact on it, and of her campaign to bring international attention to the threats we cannot escape.
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