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Bob Pyle

Bob lives and writes in Gray's River in SW Washington. "Place," he says of himself, "is what takes me out of myself, out of the limited scope of human activity, but this is not misanthropic. A sense of place is a way of embracing humanity among all of its neighbors. It is an entry into a larger world."

Part 1 (28:05)

In part one, Bob asks us to train our attention on other organisms, and responds to questions that address the "movement of water over territory" and the "extinction of experience."

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Part 2 (25:48)

In part two, Bob draws a startling comparison between the nature writing of Michael Pollan in “The Botany of Desire” and Jay McInerny in “Bright Lights, Big City”. He answers questions about his passion for butterflies and Darwin’s concept of a “tangled bank”.

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