This week on Up Close, we talk about about people who explore the natural world around them and find inspiration.
For one of the greatest Jewish writers of all time, being a chemist was a major part of how he saw the world. Primo Levi also wrote about it. New Yorker editor Ann Goldstein discusses the translation project she led, The Complete Works of Primo Levi.
And then, being a New Yorker didn’t keep school teacher Leslie Day from communig with nature. We discuss her Field Guide to the Neighborhood Birds of New York City.
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