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It brings to 38 mind Margaret Atwood's poem "The Planters," from The Journals of Susanna Moodie. " And yet "they are right": If they let go of that illusion solid to them as a shovel, open their eyes even for a moment to these trees, to this particular sun they would be surrounded, stormed, broken in upon by branches, roots, tendrils, the dark side of light as I am. Unlike his antecedents in eighteenth-century England, Burwell does not appear to find tamed nature more attractive than wild nature.
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