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|Ogden, Frank One can not be an American by going about saying that one is an |
American. It is necessary to feel America, like America, love America and then
work. - O'Keeffe ... -O'Rourke, P.J. America once had the clarity of the pioneer ax.
|OSBORN Robert 3167 America once had the clarity of a pioneer axe. OSBORNE |
John 1929- 3168 The ... 3 172 Look Back in Anger I don't think one 'comes down'
from Jimmy's university. According to him, it's not even red brick, but white tile.
|OSBORN Robert 8396 America once had the clarity of a pioneer axe. |
OSBORNEIohn 1929 8397 The Entertainer Don't dap too hard - it's a very old
building. 8398 The Entertainer Thank God we're normal, Yes, this is our finest
|Brigham Young was a rough-hewn New York craftsman whose impoverished life was electrified by the Mormon faith.|
|The dead printed text of the play has fallen apart in order to be born again as a |
unity as it is creatively experienced in the ... The principle, at all events, is not only
one which, as we have seen, embraces every aspect of a work of cinematic art:
the ... So for a start let us take an example of extreme and startling clarity. ...
Whitman wants to sing a paean to America, the America of the pioneers. He
wishes to hymn his country through the emblem of the pioneers' first working tool,
|Once again, a boy and a girl sit with open volumes; however, here the |
background is not a set ofshelves carrying still more volumes ... Instead, the
background shows the viewer what has captured the imagination of these young
readers. A parade of American figures walks toward them: pioneers heading west
in front of a Conestoga wag- on, New ... a lumberjack with an axe over his
shoulder, a welder representing American industry, a deep-sea diver rep-
resenting exploration, a pilot.
|One had only to consider the achievements of such men as Tupper, Mackenzie, |
and Macdonald to see that, in Canada, ... one of the central features of Canada's
existence - the clearing of the land - the pioneer farmer received particularly
close ... And what allowed him to attain these heights - the moral was driven
home with unmistakable clarity by poet Isabella ... than his own capability: "... all
men," insisted Crawford, "may have the same/That owns an axe! an' has a strong
|In that year America stepped out onto the world stage as the main event, and One Summer transforms it all into narrative nonfiction of the highest order. From the Hardcover edition.|
|EVERY YEAR since 1951 the UN has taken up but eventually shelved the |
question of seating the People's Republic of ... We were once a strong and reliant
people, working and dying to create an America that had "the clarity of a pioneer
|How a Visionary and the Glaciers of Alaska Changed America Kim Heacox. In |
Middle Ages Europe, dark forests had always been dangerous. Mountains were
... Wilderness was good for one thing only: to be transformed into civilization. ...
Calls from the pulpit exhorted that those lands be “brought under the axe and
plow. ... IN 1823, fifteen years prior to John Muir's birth, James Fenimore Cooper
became an American literary hero with the publication of his third novel, The