by Rachel Carson
Houghton Mifflin, 1994 reprint
368 pages, hardcover
Very Good Condition
Cover shows little wear. Text is clean, unmarked. Binding seems a little weak, though the pages are all intact. No dust jacket.
Carson’s compelling book about the dangers of DDT, which helped shape our view of humankind’s impact on nature. A classic of environmental writing. Introduction by Al Gore.