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Abbey, Edward, The Monkey Wrench Gang, Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 2000.

This classic novel from environmental writer Edward Abbey presents a highly comic and entertaining story of a rag-tag group of environmental crusaders. The novel helped spawn a movement of disruptive eco-pranksters around the world.

Carson, Rachel, Silent Spring, Mariner Books, 2002.

Carson's book represents a landmark in writing about the environment. Perhaps no single book has been as influential and widely read in terms of environmental writing as Silent Spring, which first appeared in 1962.

Crichton, Michael, Adventures, Harper Collins, 2002.

In this autobiography, Crichton traces significant episodes in his development as a writer and thinker. Crichton describes his numerous adventures and experiences, including his days spent in Harvard Medical School and his extensive travels which have taken him all over the world.

Foreman, Dave, Confessions of an Eco-Warrior, Three Rivers Press, 1993.

In this book, Foreman, founder of the...

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