Joseph Wood Krutch

Thoreau's Walden
Thoreau's Walden
Thoreau\'s Walden Henry David Thoreau was a rebel. Walden can be seen as an account of his rebellion. By the 1840\'s, life had changed throughout New England, even in the heart of America\'s rebellion, Concord, Massachusetts. Thoreau wrote that I have traveled a good deal in Concord (Krutch 108). He knew what he saw there, and what he saw, he began to despise. The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation (111). In 1775, ordinary men had dared to take up arms of rebellion and strike a blow
Edar Allan Poe
Edar Allan Poe
Edar Allan Poe May 7, 1999 A Reflection of the Life and Works of Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe is a name even the literary illiterate know, but not many people know Edgar Allan Poe the person. When reading the works of this poetic genius many might think that he had a vivid imagination or just a morbid soul. The truth is that the works of Poe are based on his own life, the life of an orphan who suffered from an obsessive compulsive disorder and who eventually became diseased by alcoholism. Und
Killing for sport
Killing for sport
killing for sport ENGLISH I . 1613 PAPER 7 KILLING FOR SPORT Killing for Sport by Joseph Wood Krutch is an opinionated work on the subject of hunting for sport. He uses rational appeals to press the point of the sportsman as having less to gain out of the killing than the liar, the thief, or the murderer. Josephís primary aim is to persuade the reader to his view on killing for sport. He uses the evaluation mode to reason out the logic behind his argument. The writer persuades the reader to th