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Title:Fidelity
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Publisher:Pantheon
ISBN:0679748318
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Number of Pages:208
Category:Fiction, Short stories, Literature, Historical fiction, Classics

Fidelity by Wendell Berry

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Fidelity Berry richly evokes Port William s farmlands and hamlets and his characters are fiercely individual yet mutually protective in everything they do His sentences are exquisitely constructed suggesting the cyclic rhythms of his agrarian world New York Times Book Review

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The Collected Poems, 1957-1982, Hannah Coulter, The Memory of Old Jack, Jayber Crow, Fidelity, Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community: Eight Essays, What Are People For?, The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture, A Place on Earth, The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays
A longtime spokesman for conservation common sense and sustainable agriculture Wendell Berry writes eloquently in several styles and methods Among other literary forms he is a poet of great clarity and sureness His love of language and his care for its music are matched only by his fidelity to the subjects he has written of during his first twenty five years of work land and nature the family and community tradition as the groundwork for life and culture His graceful elegies sit easily alongside lyrics of humor and biting satire Husbandman and husband philosopher and Mad Farmer he writes of values that endure of earthy truths and universal imagery His vision is one of hope and memory of determination and faithfulness For this far reaching yet portable volume Berry has chosen nearly two hundred poems from his previous eight collections br, In the twenty two essays collected here Wendell Berry whom The Christian Science Monitor called the prophetic American voice of our day conveys a deep concern for the American economic system and the gluttonous American consumer Berry talks to the reader as one would talk to a next door neighbor never preachy he comes across as someone offering sound advice He speaks with sadness of the greedy consumption of this country s natural resources and the grim consequences Americans must face if current economic practices do not change drastically In the end these essays offer rays of hope in an otherwise bleak forecast of America s future Berry s program presents convincing steps for America s agricultural and cultural survival br, No description available, In this new collection of essays Wendell Berry continues his work as one of America s most necessary social commentators With wisdom and clear ringing prose he tackles head on some of the most difficult problems which face us as we near the end of the twentieth century br br Berry begins the title essay with the Anita Hill Clarence Thomas hearings as an example of a process that has been well established and well respected for at least two hundred years the process of community disintegration Community a locally understood interdependence of local people local culture local economy and local nature bound by trust and affection is being destroyed by the desires and ambitions of both private and public life which for want of the intervention of community interests are also destroying one another br br He then moves on to elucidate connections between sexual brutality and economic brutality and the role of art and free speech Berry forcefully addresses America s unabashed pursuit of self liberation which he says is still the strongest force now operating in our society As individuals turn away from their community they conform to a rootless and placeless monoculture of commercial expectations and products buying into the very economic system which is destroying the earth our communities and all they represent br br Throughout the book Berry asks What is appropriate What is worth conserving from our past and preserving in our present What is it to be human and truly connected to others What does it mean to be free