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Gretel Ehrlich

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An American travel writer, poet, and essayist, she actually is most widely known for Islands, The Universe, House (essays), Heart Hill (novel) which Frosty Heaven: Seven Seasons in Greenland (essays). Her 1994 memoir, A Match towards the Center, describes her connection with getting struck by lightning. She examined at Bennington University as well as the School of California-Los Angeles and started a full-time profession as a article writer in 1978. Her literary functions are notable because of their personal display of factual statements about the physical globe. She was raised in Santa Barbara, California. She afterwards wedded Thomas Kearns. She and Joseph Hilbe both examined at the School of California-Los Angeles.

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Full Name Gretel Ehrlich
Date Of Birth January 21, 1946
Place Of Birth Santa Barbara, CA
Profession Essayist
Education Bennington College, University of California, Los Angeles
Nationality American
Spouse Neal Conan
Awards Whiting Awards, Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada, Henry David Thoreau Prize
Star Sign Aquarius

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The National Parks: America's Best Idea2009TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself - Writer

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