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Other nations have their deserts, jungles and tundra, but where is Britain's wilderness? Our countryside has been carefully shaped by human hand. Even our apparently untamed moorlands owe their character to the demands of sheep, deer and grouse production. Yet over the past decade, we have come to recognise a jungle of our own, lurking in the unlikeliest of places. Both our urban and rural landscapes may be intensively managed, but between them a strange no-man's-land has grown up. Edgelands: Journeys into England's True Wilderness by Paul Farley and Michael Symmons Roberts – review | Books | The Observer
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