The Place You Find Yourself

Leland, John
October 2011
Studies in American Culture;Oct2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
The article offers information on thinking of many environmental writers. It is stated that grownup learning is a lot like book learning. Marcel Proust explains in the book "The Remembrance of Things Passed," that excavation is necessary and every individual must descend into the most subterranean galleries.


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