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Review of ‘The Hour of Land’

In this gorgeous collection of 12 essays, published to mark the centennial of the National Park Service, Terry Tempest Williams provides a poetic and searing portrait of the land and, by extension, of America itself.

Philanthropists loom large in the history of our national parks and Williams draws them in compelling detail: Teddy Roosevelt riding…

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