Voices in the Wilderness

American Nature Writing and Environmental Politics

Daniel G. Payne

Voices in the Wilderness

Daniel G. Payne

Distributed for University Press of New England

195 pages | 6 x 9
American nature writers as literary artists and political catalysts.
Contents
Colonial and Early American Responses to the Wilderness • Emerson, Thoreau, and Environmental Reform • George Perkins Marsh and the Harmonies of Nature • As the Angels Have Departed: John Burroughs and the Religion of Nature • The God of the Mountains: Th
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