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Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living Worldby Linda Hogan
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"We want to live as if there is no other place," Hogan tells us, "as if we will always be here. We want to live with devotion to the world of waters and the universe of life." In offering praise to sky, earth, water, and animals, she calls us to witness how each living thing is alive in a conscious world with its own integrity, grace, and dignity. In , Hogan takes us on a spiritual quest borne out of the deep past and offers a more hopeful future as she seeks new visions and lights ancient fires.
Award-winning Chickasaw poet and novelist Linda Hogan explores her lifelong love of the living world and all its inhabitants.
About the Author
Linda Hogan has won an American Book Award, a National Book Critics Circle Award, a Lannan Foundation Award, and a Guggenheim Fellowship, and she was a Pulitzer Prize finalist with her novel Mean Spirit. She lives in Idledale, Colorado.
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