"'The strengths of this book are its fluid and engaging [...] writing, its openly committed stand on the central question, i.e., whether or not animals, plants, rivers, etc. are persons; and its use of major ethnographic sources as evidence, together with conversations with indigenous peoples.' - Professor Stewart Guthrie, Fordham University"
About the Author
Graham Harvey is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the Open University and author of Listening People, Speaking Earth: Contemporary Paganism (Hurst 1997).