Contribution to Book
This essay is written in the shadow of the wisdom of Loren Eiseley. The source of the thought herein is drawn from Eiseley's unique vision of time and the relational ambiguities of the living and the dead, or at the very least these notes are haunted by the penetrating and often dark insights of this inveterate bone hunter and very human scholar of man's origins. What follows, then, is written against the background reference to what is arguable a unique approach and singular sensitivity to the world of the dead in the writings of Loren Eiseley.
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Kimmel, L. (2008). Intimate moments among the dead: Death and time in the work of Loren Eiseley. In C. Tandy (Ed.), Death and anti-death: Thirty years after Loren Eiseley (1907-1977). Ria University Press.
Death and Anti-Death: Thirty Years After Loren Eiseley (1907-1977)