Lean Down Your Ear Upon the Earth, and Listen: Thomas Wolfe's Greener Modernism
Univ of South Carolina Press, 2003 - 156 páginas
This ecocritical study of Thomas Wolfe's body of fiction explores how the celebrated writer's storytelling is founded on his dramatization - and apprehension - of the natural world's integral presence in human lives.
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