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The solace of open spaces

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Ehrlich, Gretel -- Homes and haunts -- Wyoming., Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography., Wyoming -- Intellectual life -- 20th century., Wyoming -- Description and travel., Wyoming -- Biogr

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StatementGretel Ehrlich.
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LC ClassificationsPS3555.H72 Z476 1985
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Paginationx, 131 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3026781M
ISBN 100670806781
LC Control Number85007203
OCLC/WorldCa11918727

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The Solace of Open Spaces Summary & Study Guide. In The Solace of Open Spaces she writes about coming to terms with the death of the man she loves, The solace of open spaces book her life in Wyoming, and about what it means to live in wide spaces and interact primarily with Cited by: A beautiful book with a great deal of thought put into words.

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Twelve essays set in the remote ranching communities of northern Wyoming. Analysis Thematically, all the essays in The Solace of Open Spaces celebrate a tradition of viewing nature which claims that viewers are a part of the landscape they are viewing.

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