Essays on distinctly American nature writers from the earliest to the most recent that have consistently sought to convey both their wonder at the natural world and their individual, personal experiences, within it.His sense of being at home in this environment was typically expressed by an interactive trope: aquot;We are now in the mountains and they are in us. ... guide to the valley as his Madison friend Carr, who had now moved to Oakland, sent him a series of visitors, including ... Carr was the person who first suggested to a reluctant Muir that he should write up his studies for publication. ... He wrote a famous letter to Jeanne Carr at midnight in early April 1871 from a rock shelf behind Yosemiteanbsp;...
|Title||:||Twentieth-century American Nature Writers|
|Author||:||Roger Thompson, J. Scott Bryson|
|Publisher||:||Gale / Cengage Learning - 2003|