Night shows how at night we can see beautiful objects that are hidden in the sky and behind the stars. Stars appear in the sky every night and they hold so many things that the people have to learn about. They hide so much behind twinkling lights. “The stars awaken a certain reverence, because though always present, they are inaccessible; but all natural objects make a kindred impression, when the mind is open to their influence.” (Emerson) With a limited telescope, we can see moons, planets, galax...
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... as disgusting. It is up to our perception. What does nature represent for you? Can you tell me that it has no affect over you? Nature is the power that allows us to continue on.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Nature and Selected Essays. N.p.: Penguin, 1982. Print. A discussion on what Emerson thought of nature.
Giordana, Paolo, and Anthony Julian Tamburri. Beyond the Margin. N.p.: Fairleigh Dickinson, 1998. Print. Talks about night and all that it holds.
Lynen, John F. Pastoral Art of Robert Frost. New Haven: Yale University, 1960. Print. Talks about nature and what it stands for when referring to Robert Frost.
Mars, Briglittle. Beauty by Nature. N.p.: Book, 2006. Print. What Nature can represent and how it affects people.
Winnicott, D.W. "The Capacity." Psycho-Analysis 39 (1958): 416-20. Print. A discussion about how people can handle being alone.
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