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Terry Tempest Williams writes a gorgeous memoir bringing with all the unnatural and natural universe. Williams asserts that cancer discovered within her family was brought on by the atomic and radiation testing where she lived during the 1950s and 1960s, but she came to realize that once a person is diagnosed with cancer, its path happens naturally, and slowly deteriorates one's body. Terry Tempest Williams explains how cancer affected everyone in her family by detailing the way she and her family struggled through when her mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer into the time following her death. She specifically describes this struggle by integrating the birds that she studies close to her hometown in Utah with the flooding of Great Salt Lake for her mom and other relatives' travel with combating cancer. In the first half of this novel, Williams often occasions clarifies the birds which she studies at the Bird River Migratory Bird Refuge as a way to escape and suppress the hardships that she faces her family. From the end of publication, she learns that restraining and escaping the cancer and disorder that encircles her family is not the answer, rather, she realizes that it is better to take this, and learn how to cope with death and the changes it may bring. The association between the inescapability of life and death and the uncontrollable elements of character deliberated in Terry Tempest William's memoir Refuge make this a poetic, graceful, and telling publication. Metaphor is an inherent element used in this memoir to depict the relationship between nature and family, and the profound comprehension of oneself, throughout the arrangement of life and death, and the rebirth which proceeds. Using metaphoric references, Williams investigates the persistent unpredictab...