This poem has a heavy dose of symbolism. If you take a look behind the three trees, you can glean messages about environmental protection, Gabriela’s close relationship with nature, andContinue readingMistral’s “Three Trees”
Abram’s experience relating to nature and its inhabitants is truly a unique one. His connection, physically and emotionally, to the world around him is incredibly deep and personal, like hisContinue readingMagic Abe
I absolutely love Muir’s view on nature, not to mention his energy. Muir treats his time in nature like an excited child would treat a fairy tale. He loves hisContinue readingMuir Would be my Best Friend
Bello and Whitman both value first-handedness, but Bello is much more exclusive about it. Bello views modernization and cities with utter contempt, and weeps at their creation. Thoreau tends towardContinue readingThe Bello and Whitman Alliance, Featuring Thoreau
Thoreau considers “wilderness” to be a place pure of human influence. Cronon disagrees, saying that “wildness” or “wilderness” can exist anywhere. Thoreau has a very small sphere of where wildernessContinue readingThoreau and his Sauntering Ways
Hello! Haven’s the name, writing and singing’s the game. I’m into Theatre, Chorus, and anything to do with fantasy novels. That’s about it for ‘ol Haven boy.
Haven Walker Dr. LaRochelle Writing for a Wounded Planet August 28, 2018 Cronon writes that to properly honor wilderness we must accept it as part of civilization. This view isContinue readingCronon Views