Excavation as an Environmental Idea

Lane, John
October 2011
Studies in American Culture;Oct2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p7
Academic Journal
The article offers information some authors and their thoughts. It is stated that excavating is not all that environment writers do, but it can be an important part of it. It is stated that it can even approach the more systematic "excavation" of environmental historians, archaeologists, and geographers. The article also talks about metaphor and similes.


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