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Griffiths describes an extraordinary odyssey through Wildernesses of earth ice water and fire A poetic consideration of the tender connection between human society and the Wild the book is by turns passionate political funny and harrowing It is also a journey into that greatest of u.

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Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; Jay Griffiths was born in Manchester and studied English Literature at Oxford University She spent a couple of years living in a shed on the outskirts of Epping Forest and has travelled the world but for many years she has been based in Wales.

10 thoughts on “Wild

  1. Barry Barry says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBCouldn't finish it it made me feel angry seemed a bit much Repressed intellectual privileged white woman goes to hang out with non repressed poor people takes drugs lets it all hang out feels much better and writes a rave about how great it is to be poor and in touch with nature etc dressed up with some residual intellectualism I don't think that's entirely fair but that's how I'm felt about it


  2. Veronica Veronica says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBI've never read a book quite like this it's very difficult to describe Seven years in the writing like some mythical hero's trials it's a hymn to the wild written by a young poet anthropologist philosopher adventurer and probably manic depressive too It's divided into sections for each element Earth Ice an element on its own Water Fire and Air and Griffiths travels the globe in search of unspoiled wildness the the Arctic Indonesia Australia and West Papua with a brief epilogue in Outer Mongolia It might seem overdone in places but there is some wonde


  3. Suzi Baum Suzi Baum says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBI am refraining from high lighting passages of this book because I might as well just dunk the whole thing in highlighter


  4. John John says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBMs Griffith doesn't think like me This is the very reason I am reading this tome She is a radical feminist anti Christian anti corporate and anti western civilization in her views I have found her challenging engaging often aggravating but always a good story teller It has been a positive stretch for me to read this book


  5. Richard Reese Richard Reese says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBIf you only have time for one sentence hear this Jay Griffiths’ book Wild is one of the most powerful books I’ve ever read Wild is a celebration of wildness and freedom It celebrates societies that work societies that have complete respect for their ecosystems societies that have survived for thousands of years without suffering destructive whirlwinds of mass hysteriaGriffiths is a brilliant heretic and a proud one Her book shows us what happens when madness collides with wildness It helps us understand the dark injuries that destroyed our own freedom and put us on the path to what we have become It is 350 pages of full throttle outside the box thinking written with passion and eloquence For outside the box think


  6. Dan Dan says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBThis book exhibits strong language and sexual references and my review contains one example of that towards the end I have checked that this does not violate the Goodreads review guidelines which you can read by following this link Although I apologise for any offenc


  7. Maria Maria says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBIt took me a year and a half to finish this simply because I didn't want it to finish this book It lay beside my bed as a Bible I have swallowed every single phrase out of this book chewed it and dived into extreme details wishing that kids learn all this in geography classes The author uses great figurative language and if you are not a native speaker you can learn so much from her She uses words beautifully and has a coherent research for writing this novel I awe her attempts to find wilderness in the most remote places on Earth and elaborate on the destruction of wildlife by modern society


  8. M M says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBTwenty pages in I decided that this was utterly unreadable Will not finish it


  9. Angel Cowgirl Angel Cowgirl says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBWhile I enjoyed the stories of her global travels and descriptions of other cultures and customs I was intensely repelled by Ms Griffiths' obvious deep seated hatred for so many things especially white people and western “civilization” Ms Griffiths has a way with words and can weave beautiful poetic images yet often resorts to crude slang If you enjoy odd ph


  10. Sinead Sinead says:

    Kindle Jay Griffiths #8608; Wild ePUB #180; #8608; wild download, Wild ePUBWild a very confusing story should be the title I found the author jumped around alot in the book and although some of the description used in the book was very awe inducing I found that she repeated herself quite alot I did not finish this book because after a while I found her writing to be annoying and she was a little bit condescending and patronising


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