Earth Apples

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While best known for his fiction, Edward Abbey was also an enthusiastic creator of verse. Earth Apples, Abbey's first and only collection of poetry, adds to his literary reputation as an irreverent writer. Whether writing about vast desert landscapes, New York City, or a love of bawdy women, Abbey's verse is eloquent and unapologetically passionate. The poems gathered here, published digitally for the first time, are culled from Abbey's journals and give an insightful and unique glance

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Publisher:RosettaBooks
ISBN:9780795317545
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Words: 8,474
Unique Words: 2,332
Avg Sentence (words): 14.23
Avg Word (chars): 4.64
Chapters: 86
Paragraphs: 582
People: 62
Places: 48
Things: 41
Adult Reading Time:0:34
Sentiment: 0.01
Intensity: 0.08
Profanity: 24
SAT Words: 172
Reading Level:8.2
Complexity Index: 314

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