Reviews and Interviews

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In one of his poems, Wordsworth argued that a glimpse and impulse of the vernal wood taught us more about Man and moral right and wrong than all the wise and the learned could possibly think of. And yet, we have been slow in realising that we have taken Nature for granted. The recent crisis…

Anshu Chhetri reviews Rebecca Solnit’s A Field Guide To Getting Lost.

Rebecca Solnit begins her book A Field Guide To Getting Lost while getting drunk on Elizah’s wine. The word ‘wine’ serves as a metaphor here, an opening to pass through from the teachings of her conservative Catholic mother. She then shifts her narrative to a backyard door which is left open at night. An uncommon…