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Unformatted text preview: Landscape Architecture 1203 Readings Study Guide-know author, title of piece-know storyline-quotes-dates 1. Muskrats are associated with which author? Annie Dillard 2. Who did Mary Robert Rinehart travel with? Howard Eaton through the Rocky Mountains. 3. Owen Wister 4. What author used free verse? Carl Sandburg one of the leaders of the Chicago Renaissance 5. These things I ponder as the kettle sings, and the good oak burns to red coals on white ashes. Those ashes, come spring, I wil1 return to the orchard at the foot of the sandhill. Alfred Leopold 6. The wonderful thing about muskrats in my book is that they cannot see very well, and are rather dim, to boot. They are extremely wary if they know I am there, and will outwait me every time. Annie Dillard 7. It is quite worth while to go down into the caon on mule-back, if only to fall in love with a 7....
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course LA 1203 taught by Professor Fryling during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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