When We are Sick, the Nature Gets a Rest
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Keywords

Coronavirus
Pandemic
Self-Isolation
Nature Observation
Consolation of Nature

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Aliev, R. (2020). When We are Sick, the Nature Gets a Rest. Corpus Mundi, 1(4), 95-101. https://doi.org/10.46539/cmj.v1i4.34

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The review of the book McCarthy, M., Mynott, J., & Marren P. (2020). The Consolation of Nature. Spring in the Time of Coronavirus. London: Hodder Studio.

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