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A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf
     

A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf

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by John Muir
 

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In 1867, John Muir, age twenty-eight, was blinded in an industrial accident. He lay in bed for two weeks wondering if he would ever see again. When his sight miraculously returned, Muir resolved to devote all his time to the great passion of his life — studying plants. He quit his job in an Indiana manufacturing plant, said good-bye to his family, and set out

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A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a lively journey through the American South in which Muir encounters great freedom, deep loneliness, the kindness of strangers, a bout of malaria, and most of all, the glory of nature as only a true free-spirit and 'naturalist' can impart in impassioned text.
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I read this book and loved it i llook forward to reading The Yosemite By John Muir
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Then you lost me. I was confudsed most times because it was so sloppy. I dunno.