Dillard living like weasels

Annie dillard tells us we could learn from weasels something of the purity of living in the physical sense and the dignity of living without bias or motiveopen to time and death painlessly, noticing everything, remembering nothing, choosing the given with a fierce and pointed willyielding, not fighting.

Annie dillard (born april 30, 1945) is an american author initially living like weasels was first, followed by an expedition to the pole.

Annie dillard's living like weasels for the short story see living like weasels (the metaphors of nature & wildness reexamined) from the author pilgrim at tinker creek, anthologized by melissa walker, pp 63.

Dillard living like weasels

Living like weasels in the essay “living like weasels”, the author annie dillard wrote about her first encounter after she saw a real wild weasel for the first time in her life.

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Dillard living like weasels
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