Wendell Berry Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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Wendell Berry

This Biography is about one of the best Poet Wendell Berry including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Wendell Berry
Real Name  Wendell Berry
Profession Poets
Nationality American
Personal life of Wendell Berry
Born on 05 August 1934
Birthday 5th August
Age 82 Years
Sun Sign Leo
Born in Henry County
Ideology Environmentalists
City Kentucky
Family Background of Wendell Berry
Father John Marshall Berry
Mother Virginia Erdman Berry
Spouse/Partner Tanya Amyx
Education University of Kentucky
Awards John Hay Award Jean Stein Award T.S. Eliot Award

2000 – Poets’ Prize for The Selected Poems of Wendell Berry 1999 – Thomas Merton Award 1994 – Aiken Taylor Award for Modern American Poetry 2006 – Art of Fact Award for non-fiction 2006 – Kentuckian of the Year Award for his writing and his efforts to bring attention to environmental issues in eastern Kentucky 2008 – Premio Artusi 2009 – The Cleanth Brooks Medal for Lifetime Achievement 2010 – The National Humanities Medal 2012 – The Peggy V. Helmerich Distinguished Author Award

Personal Fact of Wendell Berry

Wendell Erdman Berry is a famous American author, critic and farmer who helped people in diagnosing the nature and the range of the problems faced by them in a constructive way. He is a keen environmental activist who has highlighted the problems of soil loss and degradation, toxic pollution, fossil-fuel dependency and the destruction of rural communities.

Berry’s writings were based on ecologically sound way of life and revived the connection between people and nature. He defined patriotism in a new way as the love for the land under one’s feet and for those who live upon it. His goal is to bring health to the environment through responsible agriculture and according to him that is the only permanent way to restore the depleted earth.

He explored three major themes: agriculture, its history and present condition; marriage and domesticity; and the uses of education. Berry had an unorthodox academic career as he focused on a less-noticed theme, the historical evolution of the land, which is a formative and crucial element of nearly every nation. His novels portray America’s rural history and his essays on ecological responsibilities developed from his own experience as a farmer.

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