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Nature's Economy: A History of Ecological Ideas (Studies in Environment and History) [Paperback]

Donald Worster
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LESS THAN FIFTY MILES southwest of London, snuggled among the fields and hills of the Hampshire countryside, lies the tranquil village of Selborne. Read the first page
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