Robert MacFarlane “The Wild Places” (Penguin 2008)

It seemed to me that these nameless places might in fact be more important than the grander wild lands that for so many years had gripped my imagination. Taken together, the little places would make a map that could never be drawn by anyone, but which nevertheless existed in the experience of countless people. I began to make a list in my head of what would be my own map of private or small-scale wild places (237).

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