Objects & Places from The Machine in the Garden; Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in America

Leo Marx
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Sleephy Hollow

This is a wooded area near Concord, Massachusetts

The Tempest

This is a play written at about the same time that the New World was being colonized

The Machine

This entity refers metaphorically to all industrialism during nineteenth century America.

The Garden

This entity serves Marx as a metaphor for the general pastoral landscape of America, as found by the original settlers.

Letters From an American Farmer

This book was written by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur.

Middle Landscape

This is the term for a compromise between mechanism and pastoralism, in which both may co-exist, but in modified ways.

Husbandry

This term refers to farming occupations.

The Young Americans

This address espoused the philosophy of romantic pastoralism.

Communist Manifesto

This work states that industrialization has resulted in man's alienation from his work.

Walden

This book chronicles a year spent in the woods.

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