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EnvironmentSimmons draws on the work of philosophers, artists, and literary figures to provide insight into society's points of view as it transformed its landscape. . . . By emphasizing these aspects of society and its relationship to nature, he truly humanizes this work. This volume would be ideal to help frame either an undergraduate or graduate course on environmental history of historical geography of the environment. . . . Specialists in the evironmental sciences would benefit from Simmons' longer-term and humanistic perspective.
— Craig E. Colten