A Blog by the Rachel Carson Center
Posted on November 18, 2020
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By Zane Johnson
Times of widespread crisis often challenge conventional ways of being in and seeing the world. Sometimes these challenges take on a millenarian character, heralding the end of an epoch or the dawning of a new age.
Category: Series, Student ResearchTags: Crisis Occultism, early modern literature, Environmental imagination, Henry Vaughan, literature, Metaphysical poets, poetry, Starhawk