Field Notes From a Hidden City
Publisher: Granta Books
Year Published: 2013
Pages: 368pp ISBN: 9781847082756
Woolfson examines the elements - geographic, atmospheric and environmental - which bring diverse life forms to live in close proximity in cities. She considers prevailing attitudes towards the natural world, urban and non-urban wildlife, the values we place on the lives of individual species and the ways in which humans and creatures live together in cities.
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