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  • Author:
    Joan Burbick
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    081228058X
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    978-0812280586
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    University of Pennsylvania Press; 1st edition (July 1, 1987)
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    188 pages
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Burbick cogently maps Thoreau's attempts to integrate the history of the natural world with human history and to reconcile the result with a transcendental vision

Burbick cogently maps Thoreau's attempts to integrate the history of the natural world with human history and to reconcile the result with a transcendental vision.

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InCape Cod, Thoreau dissembles and inverts our expectations, writing within the first two pages: I did not see why I might not make a book on Cape Cod, as well as my neighbor on ‘Human Culture.

Published by: University of Pennsylvania Press. InCape Cod, Thoreau dissembles and inverts our expectations, writing within the first two pages: I did not see why I might not make a book on Cape Cod, as well as my neighbor on ‘Human Culture. It is but another name for the same thing, and hardly a sandier phase of it. (p. 3)¹ UnlikeWalden, in which Thoreau finally creates a sense of transcendence through the worldmaking powers of the artist of Kouroo resulting in an individual vision beyond culture and history, the text ofCape Codis equated with Human Culture.

Susan M. Lucas, Counter Frictions: Writing and Activism in the Work of Abbey and Thoreau, in Richard Schneider, e. Thoreau’s Sense of Place: Essays in American Environmental Writing (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2000), 266–279, argues from the evidence of the John Brown essays that Thoreau came to see writing as a way to inspire political action from.

Thoreau's Alternative History. Thoreau's Alternative History Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Criticism and interpretation.

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Joan Burbick is Professor Emeritus of English and American Studies at Washington State University.

An Anniversary Collection volume. Joan Burbick is Professor Emeritus of English and American Studies at Washington State University. View your shopping cart Browse Penn Press titles in Join our mailing list.

The article examines Fuller’s work and life in the context of 19th century American culture and social determinants influencing women’s lives

Am Lit. Amy Schrager Lang. Essays -first series. The article examines Fuller’s work and life in the context of 19th century American culture and social determinants influencing women’s lives. From a very early age, Fuller perceived her role in society different from the role designed for her as a biological girl by the cultural model of the.