MAN AGAINST NATURE by Charles- Ed. Neider

MAN AGAINST NATURE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An anthology that considers the psychological and the physiological aspects that make up man's response to nature's challenge provides inspiring reading. Eye witness accounts range from Pliny the Younger's description of Vesuvius to a Texas tornado. There are many events in pioneering, and, in sum, a superb collection gives thought and depth to true adventure.

Pub Date: Aug. 25th, 1954
Publisher: Harper