American readers are beginning to appreciate the originality and charm of J. H. Fabre, the erudite scientist who writes like an essayist, and whom Maeterlinck calls "one of the glories of the civilized world... one of the most profound admirations of my life." (Translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos.)
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