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The library of America is dedicated to publishing America's best and most significant writing in handsome enduring volumes feat Bartram offers an interesting perspective on colonial America His descriptions of the natural world place him within the tradition of early American natural history writers Unlike other writers on the same topic he thoroughly connects nature to the sublime and explores vitalist principles

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FREE PDF ✓ BOOK William BartramTravels and Other Writings Library of America Ü REFLECTIONSLISBURNLTD · The library of America is dedicated to publishing America's best and most significant writing in handsome enduring volumes featuring authoritative texts Hailed as thUring authoritative texts Hailed as the finest looking longest lasting editions ever made The New Republic Library of America v William Bartram was one of America's early naturalists His TRAVELS therefore are a mixture of travel writing and scientific descriptions of the flora and fauna particularly of South Carolina Georgia and Florida where he journeyed during the Revolutionary years His account is enlivened by his many encounters with alligators and the uncertainty of dealing with the ever changing alliances and attitudes of the native Americans Those readers with an interest in botany will find his descriptions of the largely unspoiled land enlightening but for the non scientist these sections of his writing are somewhat tedious The Other Writings include descriptions of the Native Americans various scientific reports and an entertaining account of a tamed crow This is an important work if not always stimulating reading