ON THE OTHER SIDE OF SORROW
In this thought-provoking study, Hunter examines the dispute between Scottish Highlanders, who developed a strong environmental awareness countless generations before other Europeans, and conservationists, whose thinking owes much to the romantic ideals of the nineteenth century.
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