by Robert Kull
In the tradition of Thoreau and the Zen hermit monks, Robert Kull built a small cabin on an island off the coast of Patagonia’s vast wilderness and lived there with only his cat, reflecting on nature, the nature of solitude, and the effects of technological world on the human soul. Like all spiritual pilgrimages, his year in the wild became as much an inner as an outer journey, which he describes here with sagacity and lyricism.
Paperback, 384 pages.
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