Edward Paul Abbey (January 29, 1927 – March 14, 1989) was an American author, essayist, and environmental activist noted for his advocacy of environmental issues and criticism of public land policies. His best-known works include Desert Solitaire, a non-fiction autobiographical account of his time as a park ranger at Arches...
How strange and wonderful is our home, our earth, with its swirling vaporous atmosphere, its flowing and frozen liquids, its trembling plants, its creeping, crawling, climbing creatures, the croaking things with wings that hang on rocks and soar through the fog, the furry grass, the scaly seas.
When a man's best friend is his dog, that dog has a problem.
The worm in the radish doesn't think there is anything sweeter.
No man was ever more than about nine meals away from crime or suicide.
Man does not live by bread alone, but he also does not live long without it.
Man does not live by bread alone.
Eating is never so simple as hunger.