Wendell Berry (August 5, 1934 / Henry County, Kentucky)
Biography of Wendell Berry
an American man of letters, academic, cultural and economic critic, and farmer. He is a prolific author of novels, short stories, poems, and essays. He is also an elected member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers and a recipient of The National Humanities Medal.
- A Meeting in A Part
- A Timbered Choir
- A Warning To My Readers
- In A Motel Parking Lot, Thinking Of Dr. ...
- Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Fro...
- The Country Of Marriage
- The Hidden Singer
- The Mad Farmer Revolution
- The Peace of Wild Things
- What We Need Is Here
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And now to the Abyss I pass
Of that Unfathomable Grass...
Dear relatives and friends, when my last breath
Grows large and free in air, don't call it death --
A word to enrich the undertaker and inspire
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Against him. Say that my body cannot now