Barbara Kingsolver Writing Styles in High Tide in Tucson: Essays from Now or Never

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Author Barbara Kingsolver's High Tide in Tucson is a collection of twenty-five of her essays, which range from episodes about her personal life to her passionate advocacy of all the creatures and plant life of the earth. All of the essays are written in the first person narrative and are, of course, written from her perspective. No one would be better suited to write about Kingsolver's thoughts, feelings and opinions on such topics as her experiences in school, her career, marriage and motherhood along with her ardent championing of such causes such as conservation equality for women and minorities.

Kingsolver is both a biologist and a renowned writer. Her knowledge about endangered species is without question and is obvious through these works. The creatures of the earth could have no better advocate than Barbara Kingsolver, who possesses the knowledge about the threats to life on the planet and...

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