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Riverby. [Under the maples]

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  • "John Burroughs (1837-1921) was one of the most popular authors of his day and is credited with creating the modern nature essay and influencing a whole generation of conservationists. Riverby was the name of his home on the banks of the Hudson River, and in the prefatory material to this collection of essays, he asks, "Why should not one name his books as he names his children, arbitrarily, and let the name come to mean much or little, as the case may be?""

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  • "Riverby : [out-of-door papers.]"@en
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