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Carruth, Hayden, "Attractions and Dangers of Nostalgia," in Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 50, Autumn 1974, p. 640.

Hoffman, Eva, "Solitude," in Commentary, Vol. 58, October 1974, p. 87.

Lillard, Richard G., "The Nature Book in Action," in Teaching Environmental Literature: Materials, Methods, Resources, edited by Frederick O. Waage, Modern Language Association of America, 1985, p. 36.

McClintock, James I., "'Pray Without Ceasing': Annie Dillard among the Nature Writers," in Earthly Words: Essays on Contemporary American Nature and Environmental Writers, edited by John Cooley, University of Michigan Press, 1994, pp. 69, 85.

McIlroy, Gary, "Pilgrim at Tinker Creek and the Social Legacy of Walden," in Earthly Words: Essays on Contemporary American Nature and Environmental Writers, edited by John Cooley, University of Michigan Press, 1994, p. 100.

Norwood, Vera L., "Heroines of Nature: Four Women Respond to the American Landscape," in The Ecocriticism Reader: Landmarks in Literary Ecology, edited by Cheryll Glotfelty and Harold Fromm, University of Georgia Press, 1996, pp. 325-26.

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