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Societies 2013, 3(2), 217-223; doi:10.3390/soc3020217
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Knowing Apples

Received: 16 April 2013; in revised form: 15 May 2013 / Accepted: 16 May 2013 / Published: 24 May 2013
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Abstract: This essay employs a first-person fictional narrator to explore the nature of human-plant relations through the example of Thoreau’s Wild Apples and enacts the transformational process necessary to write in conjunction with non-conscious vegetal life by paying attention to the unthought known of the vegetative soul.
Keywords: Apple tree; vegetable soul; writing style Apple tree; vegetable soul; writing style
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Shannon, L. Knowing Apples. Societies 2013, 3, 217-223.

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Shannon L. Knowing Apples. Societies. 2013; 3(2):217-223.

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Shannon, Lorraine. 2013. "Knowing Apples." Societies 3, no. 2: 217-223.


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