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Walking the Wrack Line

On Tidal Shifts and What Remains

by Barbara Hurd

Hardcover, 117 pages, Univ of Georgia Press, List Price: $22.95 |


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This final volume in the author's trilogy, which began with Stirring the Mud and Entering the Stone gives nature writing a human dimension and throws light on the mysterious and overlooked wonders on beaches as far-flung as Morocco, St. Croix, or Alaska, and as familiar as California and Cape Cod.

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Barbara Hurd reads a meditation of driftwood from her book, 'Walking the Wrack Line.'

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