The Wild Muir: Twenty-two of John Muir's Greatest Adventures Topics for Discussion

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Which of Muir's stories do you find the least believable and why?

Does Muir seem mentally unstable to you? Why or why not? Why might someone think that he is?

John Muir is obviously a deeply spiritual man. Explain his spirituality to the best of your understanding.

Name two of the scenes that Muir regards as the most beautiful he has witnessed.

Describe the differences between Muir's and Reverend Young's accounts of the Rescue on Glenora Peak. What do the differences indicate about Muir's personality?

Why does Muir not like cities? How do they affect him?

Why does Muir give up working on machines? What are his alternative?

Describe two of Muir's most impressive achievements in exploration.

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