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Beauty and synergy: endless oceans, the conqueror worm

By Anthony Doerr
January 18, 2004

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First published in 1951, Rachel Carson's "The Sea Around Us" spent a year and a half on the bestseller list. It won the John Burroughs Medal and the National Book Award. A documentary about it won an Oscar. It was translated into 28 languages. Not long after publishing it, Carson would begin work on "Silent Spring." The rest, as they ... (Full Article: 899 Words)

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