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In the final, informational section of the book, there are four portions, those of a Chronology of the author's life, a review of the book by Jim Harrison, an essay about Abbey by Bill McKibben, and a summary of two additional books by Abbey. The chronology tells much of Abbey's life, including Abbey's own protests against industry, his destruction of bulldozers and billboards, his speeches against government, and his left wing writings and opinions. The book review hails the story as one of profound love for the southwest, convincing characters, and a must read for all who care for the lands outside of their own area. The essay by McKibben describes Abbey as a nature writer with an attitude. He notes Abbey is dangerous only because he challenges people to think of the damage they do and the consequences of that damage. Finally, there is...

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