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MARGOLIS- BELOW THE FALLS
Below the Falls- Paperback
Gary Margolis captivates the reader with a deep range of emotion in his poetry. He delicately weaves in heart wrenching moments at a time of loss for the whole Middlebury community.
Published 2010.

2003549
Price: $14.95
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Margolis- Raking Winter Leaves
New and Selected Poems - Paperback
Award-winning poet Gary Margolis gathers four books of poetry in Raking the Winter Leaves: New and Selected Poems, including a selection of poems from his new collection, The Other Flag.

2006888
Price: $22.50
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Margolis- Seeing the Song
A Poet's Journey to the Shamans in Ecuador- Paperback
A journey to Ecuador’s rainforest, this memoir reflects upon the effects of environmental destruction in that nation while simultaneously recounting the author’s personal experiences as a health professional there. From traditional healing ceremonies performed by shamans to the knowledge gained from Shuar and Quecha Indians regarding the degrading impact of oil-company drilling and local forest cutting, this account shares the lessons learned from an inspiring group of people.
Published June 2012.

2005753
Price: $14.95
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Mayer-Jerusalem:Idea and Reality
Jerusalem: Idea and Reality- Paperback
Tamar Mayer delves into the diverse history of Jerusalem as well as the cultural, political, and the religious beliefs of the inhabitants of Jerusalem and its visitors to examine profound issues.

2002107
Price: $42.95
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MAYER-WOMEN & ISRAELI OCC
Paperback
Tamar Mayer sheds light on the lives of Israeli Jewish, Israeli Palestinian, and Palestian women and the impact the occupation has had on all three societies.
Published 1994.

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Price: $64.95
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MCKIBBEN OIL AND HONEY
Bestselling author and environmental activist Bill McKibben recounts the personal and global story of the fight to build and preserve a sustainable planet.
Paperback
Published 2014

2007428
Price: $15.99
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MCKIBBEN WANDERING HOME
The acclaimed author of The End of Nature takes a three-week walk from his current home in Vermont to his former home in the Adirondacks and reflects on the deep hope he finds in the two landscapes.
Paperback
Published 2014.

2007429
Price: $8.10
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McKibben- Eaarth
Eaarth- Making a Life on a Tough New Planet- Hardcover
"Change—fundamental change—is our best hope on a planet suddenly and violently out of balance." Published 2010.

2003874
Price: $24.00
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MCKIBBEN- OIL & HONEY
The Education of an Unlikely Activist- Hardcover
Bestselling author and environmental activist Bill McKibben recounts the personal and global story of the fight to build and preserve a sustainable planet
Published September 2013.

2006896
Price: $26.00
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MCKIBBEN-DEEP ECONOMY
Deep Economy- Paperback
An insightful new glimpse into a more durable community which produces, digests, buys, and utilizes its own products creating prosperity in its economy.

2002108
Price: $14.00
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