Nature Writing in America: Joseph Wood Krutch's Natural Personality --- Adam Arvidson | Numéro Cinq
Rational thought. Calm, reasonable, gentle persuasion. It was this quality of moderation in his writing that most impressed me, for my own inclinations tended toward the opposite, the impatient, the radical, the violent. That’s how Edward Abbey described Joseph Wood Krutch in an essay that appeared initially in the journal Sage and then featured