Table of contents for Wendell Berry : life and work / [edited by] Jason Peters.

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Foreword, Stanley Hauerwas
Introduction, Jason Peters
Ain¿t They the Berries! Ed McClanahan
Wendell Berry on War and Peace: Or, Port William versus The Empire, Bill Kauffman
Words Addressed to Our Condition Exactly, Scott Russell Sanders
The Best Noise in the World, Donald Hall
Wendell Berry¿s Political Vision, Kimberly K. Smith
How Wendell Berry Single-handedly Preserved Three Hundred Years of Agrarian Wisdom, David Kline
Memory and Hope in the World of Port William, John Leax
Politics, Nature, and Value in Wendell Berry¿s ¿Art of the Commonplace,¿ Eric Trethewey
Berry Britannica, John Lane
Wendell Berry and the Twentieth-Century Agrarian ¿Series,¿ Allan Carlson
A Citizen of the Real World, Bill McKibben
Sexuality and the Sacramental Imagination: It All Turns on Affection, P. Travis Kroeker
A Practical Education: Wendell Berry, the Professor, Morris Grubbs
An Economy of Gratitude, Norman Wirzba
Letters from a Humble Radical, Wes Jackson
Wendell Berry and the Limits of Populism, Eric T. Freyfogle
Hemingway¿s Nick and Wendell Berry¿s Art, David Crowe
At His Desk As On His Land, Hayden Carruth
Wendell Berry and the Traditionalist Critique of Meritocracy, Jeremy Beer
Looking the Technological Gift Horse in the Mouth, Sven Birkerts
Wendell Berry: Agrarian Artists, Gene Logsdon
Education, Heresy, and the ¿Deadly Disease of the World,¿ Jason Peters
Wendell¿s Window and the Wind¿s Eye, James Baker Hall
The Art of Buying Nothing, Barbara Kingsolver
Fidelity, Katherine Dalton
Wendell Berry and the Alternative Tradition in American Political Thought, Patrick J. Deneen
A Long Shelf, Jack Shoemaker
Afterword, George Core
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Berry, Wendell, 1934-.