Edward Hoagland (born December 21, 1932 in New York, New York, United States) is an author best known for his nature and travel writing.
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... House, 1979 Penguin, 1981 Lyons Burford, 1995 The Edward Hoagland Reader, Random House, 1979 Vintage, 1981 The Tugman’s Passage, Random House, 1982 Penguin, 1983 Lyons Burford ... Lost Between Burma and Tibet,” Outside, October 1998 Craft and Obsession An Interview with Edward Hoagland," The Hungry Mind Review, Spring 1999 “On the Lure of Water ... by Gilbert White, Penguin, 1997 The Best American Essays 1999, edited by Edward Hoagland, Houghton Mifflin, 1999 Elevating Ourselves, by Henry David Thoreau ...
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“Its incongruous that the older we get, the more likely we are to turn in the direction of religion. Less vivid and intense ourselves, closer to the grave, we begin to conceive of ourselves as immortal.”
—Edward Hoagland (b. 1932)
“We take along a carrot
As refreshment for the parrot,
And a little can of jungleberry tea.”
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