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Foreword vii i. The Sea ii. Love and Longing iii. Art iv. Nature v. Time and Change vi. Self-knowledge vii. Faith Index

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Evoking comparisons to such contemporaries as JaneKenyon, Wendell Berry, and Denise Levertov, Clement explores the varied emotions of love, longing, and loss.

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Writer, naturalist, and mother of seven, Jane Tyson Clement (1917-2000) spent most of her long life teaching - a vocation that gave her endless opportunities to pass on her twin passions for language and nature. Born and raised in New York City, Clement studied at Smith College.

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Aberdeen University Student Magazine An amazing breadth of subject matter ... Clement demonstrates an unusual ability to speak to the reader on varying levels. The recurring theme seems to be defiance, but also a warning that we should appreciate our lives and live in the moment. Poughkeepsie Journal Beautiful...offers quietude in the midst of cacophony and literary cynicism.

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