What Environmentalists (and the Rest of Us) Can Learn from the Middle Ages About the Importance of Forests
by Albrecht Classen
The deep concern of modern scientists with the loss of forests is paralleled in medieval literary texts where the forest is identified as a central staging ground with enormous transformative powers.
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