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The author suggests that the land he travels is simple, natural, fertile, and prolific. Least Heat Moon describes the environment he travels across as being naturally beautiful and fertile. He also describes the environment by bringing out the ideas of procreation and fertility in the natural environment. He says, “…water bubbled with the froth of sperm and ova.” This indicates the natural fertility and procreation of the natural environment.
Thirdly, in his essay “Forgotten People of the Blue Highways” Heat Moon brings out the idea of racism and differences in colour. He goes through lands inhabited by black people and he notices the differences that people of different colours have against each other. At one point, he notices he was being watched by the police because he was a white man. However, he believes in change, and a man named Walker tells him, “I know things haven’t changed, but things will change” (Heat,
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He answered several questions to help his client out. "I took the lamp from him, and I examined the machine very thoroughly… I knew at once by the whishing sound that there was a slight leakage, which allowed a regurgitation of water through one of the side cylinders… and I pointed it out to my companions…When I had made it clear to them, I returned to the main chamber…It was obvious at a glance that the story of the fuller's-earth was the merest fabrication, for it would be absurd to suppose that so powerful an engine could be designed for so inadequate a purpose…and saw the cadaverous face of the colonel looking down at me.” (Doyle, p.15).
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