Aldo Leopold Writing Styles in A Sand County Almanac

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Perspective

Aldo Leopold is the writer and narrator of the book. He has devoted his life to seeing everything that he could in the wilderness before progress came along and began stripping the wilderness of its wild and natural aspects. He writes the book to educate people about how things used to be, and how they are being changed. Nature is being controlled so that people can have better, more comfortable lives.

Tone

The tone of this book is very poetic and moving. The first part of the book is all about the narrator's experiences. He talks about them so eloquently that the reader wishes he or she were there with him. It is also very serious at times which he does on purpose to remind the reader that even though he has experienced many wonderful things in nature, they don't exist anymore because of modernization and progress. It...

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