Month: April 2014

The Human Shore, Seacoasts in History by John R. Gillis

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  The Human Shore, University of Chicago Press, 2012   The interior section of Cape Ann, which includes Gloucester and Rockport, is called Dogtown. It was the earliest part of the Cape to be settled, and was later abandoned, so that its only occupants for many years were dogs, witches, and other assorted outcasts. It is […]

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The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2013

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Edited by Siddhartha Mukherjee.Tim Folger, Series Editor. Science is a scary word. At least, it used to be for those of us who grew up messing around in the hazy world of literature and art, not empirical facts. Science was what made it possible to go to the moon, so science meant rocket science. […]

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