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Gene Everlasting Author Gene Logsdon Whom Wendell Berry Once Called The Most Experienced And Best Observer Of Agriculture We Have Has A Notion That It Is A Little Easier For Gardeners And Farmers To Accept Death Than The Rest Of The Populace Why Because Every Day, Farmers And Gardeners Help Plants And Animals Begin Life And Help Plants And Animals End Life They Are Intimately Attuned To The Food Chain They Understand How All Living Things Are Seated Around A Dining Table, Eating While Being Eaten They Realize That All Of Nature Is In Flux.Gene Everlasting Contains Logsdon S Reflections, By Turns Both Humorous And Heart Wrenching, On Nature, Death, And Eternity, All From A Contrary Farmer S Perspective He Recounts Joys And Tragedies From His Childhood In The 1930s And 40s Spent On An Ohio Farm, Through Adulthood And Child Raising, All The Way Up To His Recent Bout With Cancer, Always With An Eye Toward The Lessons That Farming Has Taught Him About Life And Its Mysteries.Whether His Subject Is Parsnips, Pigweed, Immortality, Irises, Green Burial, Buzzards, Or Compound Interest, Logsdon Generously Applies As Much Heart And Wit To His Words As He Does Care And Expertise To His Fields.


10 thoughts on “Gene Everlasting

  1. says:

    The flyleaf of this book says that with each story, Logsdon keeps an eye toward the lessons that farming and his underlying connection to nature have taught him about life and


  2. says:

    If at times Logsdon is querulous and cranky, as in especially the first few of these essays, his prose mellows into an intelligent investigation of death, aging, and pastoral living Som


  3. says:

    Laughing and crying the whole way through a must read


  4. says:

    This collection of essays is thought provoking, poignant, and optimistic Gene Logsdon is a farmer, and these essays were composed after he was diagnosed with cancer and was facing his own mortality He wr


  5. says:

    A collection of musings on mortality and legacies, choices made or not We will miss his voice when he leaves us.


  6. says:

    Could not read after the first chapter because of the extreme lack of scientific rigor, so my review might be a little biased.


  7. says:

    I enjoyed this meditation on death from the perspective of a farmer, who lives intimately within the cycles of nature.


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