John Burroughs was a writer and an environmentalist whose work was tremendously popular in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He was a friend and contemporary of Walt Whitman and John Muir.
Charlotte Zoë Walker is a professor of English at the State University of New York at Oneonta, where she teaches courses in nature and literature. She is also the editor of Sharp Eyes: John Burroughs and American Nature Writing, published by Syracuse University Press.
6 x 9.25, 304 pages, 12 black and white illustrations