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Who is Annick Smith?
Annick Smith is a writer and filmmaker whose work often focuses on the natural world.
- born in (80 years ago) in France
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer
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by Abby H. P. Werlock
” Reynolds Price, “The Fare to the Moon” Annick Smith, “It's Come to This” Christopher Tilghman, “The Way PeopleRun” David Foster Wallace, “Forever Overhead” Kate Wheeler, “Under the Roof” Elizabeth Winthrop, ...
by Geoff Hamilton, Brian Jones
Yet, we deplete with rampant consumerism and poor policy this plenitude that Annick Smith explores in “Huckleberries,” exhorting us to enact and adopt policies for gathering wild, medicinal plants and berries that currently support our game industry. Additionally, novelists Isabel Allende and ZORA NEALE HURSTON explore the beauty and fragrance of flowers that make them fixtures of human ceremonies, and the subsequent association of flowers with the feminine. But flowers also ...
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