High Tide in Tucson: Essays from Now or Never

“We point out our wildest lands—the Amazon rain forests, the Arctic tundra—to inspire humans with the mighty grace of what we haven’t yet wrecked. Those places have a power that speaks for itself, that seems to throw its own grandeur as a curse on the defiler. Fell the giant trees, flood the majestic canyons, and you will have hell and posterity to pay.”
– Barbara Kingsolver, ‘The Memory Place’
  High Tide in Tucson (HarperCollins, 1995)
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