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    all of their writings they have an autobiographical nature that tells the reader about the authors own life. Without the aspects of these authors’ lives their writing could differ. This aspect of revealing ones own life through writing can be seen in Robert Frost’s poems not because he portrays his own life, but quite the opposite. It is commonly known that Robert Frost life was filled with much depression. Because of this, Robert Frost tends to dwell on the surreal beauty of nature in life. It is

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    J.M. Hickman's Grand Style: An Ordinary Man's Extraordinary Nature INTRODUCTION Nature Writing is born out of love, appreciation, and wonder. It discovers its voice in the connection between man and the natural world (Harton). Conceivably the most American style of writing, it rejoices in America’s wilderness while it grieves America’s greed and exploitation of the environment (Johnson-Sheehan and Stewart). Nature Writing beckons us, with the intention of awakening our spirits. It stirs our souls

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    Nature in Tolkien's Writing

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    works, be it The Hobbit, The Silmarillion, or The Lord of the Rings, one cannot help but notice the amount of attention that is given to nature. There are numerous details given to describe each location, each character, even each tree. Tolkien did not claim to be an environmentalist, but by spending so much time in his books explaining the importance of nature, it is hard to say that he did not care about it. About the fantasy world that Tolkien recreated, Sherry Turkle argues, “The question is

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    Women Travel Writers

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    deeper and see how women travel writers were representing nature in the 18th century. I wondered if the women's descriptions differed far from the men that I studied in my presentation. I want to focus on Dorothy Wordsworth (William's sister), Ann Radcliffe and Helen Maria Williams. I'm curious to know if they were guilty of over-representing women in landscape and nature scenes. At the very end, I'll put in my two cents about the gendering of Nature. First of all, Dorothy Wordsworth traveled with her

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    most popular.  I cannot say that I have read even a small percentage of London's works, but from what I have read, I noticed some recurring similarities. During the semester in class, we have learned how authors utilize various elements of writing to make their point more prominent.  For Jack London's earlier works, his Yukon setting and rugged, adventurous characters appear quite frequently.  Such is the case with the three stories I chose to study; "Love of Life," "The League of the Old

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    Comparing the Two Versions of To Build a Fire "I am absolutely confident that beyond the motif itself, there is no similarity of treatment whatever" (544). Jack London, writing in December 1908, was responding to an inquiry from the Richard W. Gilder, editor of Century Magazine. Gilder, having just published "To Build a Fire" in his magazine, was worried when he came across another version published 6 years earlier. London's explanation was that the first story was for boys and the new one was

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    Works of Naturalism

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    not done on humans, natural selection is still quite similar to Naturalism. The Naturalism movement began during the time of WWI that uses devices such as realism, pessimism, theme, and irony. Stephen Crane was a writer known for his Naturalistic writing in poems. Realism in Crane’s poems is very definite. For example, in his poem “In the Desert”, Crane writes about a creature in the desert. He talks about the creature and how it eats its heart. The creatur...

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    Flourishing nature is most beauteous in areas which have not been maimed by the human race. The idea that spiritual and philosophical wellness can be found in nature is supported world-wide. Many different cultures use their eco-rich surroundings to become more spiritually/philosophically endowed. In the short story “A White Heron” by Sarah Orne Jewett there are two fundamental relationships with society and nature that reflect the author’s point of view in support of this idea. The first is a good

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    daily needs. Humans respected, and even feared nature for its destructive capabilities. Before the use of technology, humans were connected with nature at an almost spiritual level. They knew how to use the environment and sustain it at the same time. Before technology, there was a natural balance between nature and humans. Unfortunately, as humans developed by advancing in industry and technology, a lot of the respect and fear once held for nature was lost, which lead to an increase in the occurrences

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    terrorist watch list. His vision of nature seems to be of enjoying nature alone, without other people or the government intervening. Thus, he drove a gas-guzzling car and littered along the highway in hopes that people would have to move to the cities sooner. He also may have done this as a petty act of rebellion against the government in the form of making the government-owned roads dirty. Still, Abbey is a seemingly contradictory character; however, all his writing and actions somehow support his

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