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ANGLO-AMERICAN LANDSCAPES: A STUDY OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY ANGLO-AMERICAN TRAVEL LITERATURE
(p. 69). Thus Boyer sees the creation of the general plan, the methodology for arriving at such schemes, and varying implementation tools--including the i.nvention of zoning, planning commissions andExpand
Henry Adams, a Biography
His great grandfather and his grandfather had been presidents of the United States, and to a small boy this seemed a matter of course in his family. But Henry Adams, belonging to a later generation,Expand
Henry James: The Crooked Corridor
Certain readers and critics have faulted Henry James for two contradictory reasons. He has been thought a writer limited in scope and depth in his treatment of a particular class of people. On theExpand
Figures in a Western Landscape: Men and Women of the Northern Rockies
The northern Rocky Mountains and adjacent high plains were the last American West. Here was the final enactment of our national drama - the last explorations, the final battles of the Indian wars,Expand
The Grass Lark: A Study of Lafcadio Hearn
It is remarkable how persistent a "minor" writer may be. He may lack the large vision and universal message of the great writer, but instead possess a clear, true, intense view of particular places,Expand
A Henry Adams reader
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