4 edition of fatal environment found in the catalog.
by HarperPerennial in New York
|Statement||by Richard Slotkin.|
|LC Classifications||F179.5 .S6 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||636 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||636|
|LC Control Number||94012373|
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The Fatal Environment is the second volume of Richard Slotkin's epochal study of the frontier myth in the cultural history of the United States. Like its predecessor, Regeneration Through Violence, the book discusses the archetype of the lone frontiersman/Indian hunter and how it has been used to rationalize the destructive excesses of American territorial by: In The Fatal Environment, Richard Slotkin demonstrates how the myth of frontier expansion and subjugation of the Indians helped to justify the course of Americas rise to wealth and power/5(4).
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Richard Slotkin (born ) is a cultural critic and historian. He is the Olin Professor of English and American Studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, and in is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Slotkin writes novels alongside his historical research, and uses the process of writing the novels to clarify and refine his historical work. In The Fatal Environment, Richard Slotkin demonstrates how the myth of frontier expansion and subjugation of the Indians helped to justify the course of America’s rise to wealth and by: The fatal environment: the myth of the frontier in the age of industrialization, Save Cancel Cancel Forgot your password.
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