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The Cruelty of Nature

For a genre as broadly stereotyped in the public view as environmental writing is, there is great diversity in the subject’s leading voices. Some writers’ scientific backgrounds are highly apparent. 1,223 more words

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A Work in Progress

For a genre as broadly stereotyped in the public view as environmental writing is, there is great diversity in the subject’s leading voices. Some writers’ scientific backgrounds are highly apparent. 545 more words

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Memory as Lens

After thinking last week about Burroughs and seeing, my reading of the pieces this week was colored by that thought. Each piece brought about different methodologies of seeing, particularly on what cannot be seen at the time. 1,037 more words

Place and Space and the Environment

There is both a fantastic contrast, and close similarities  between the sense of non-space painted by Purpura, in her article “There Are Things Awry Here”, and Dillard. 330 more words

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