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" Some one must have taken the step. He took it. Not that he settled Kentucky or made a path to the west, not that he defended, suffered, hated and fled, but because of a descent to the ground of his desire was Boone's life important and does it remain... "
Old-time Kentucky Fiddle Tunes - Page xvi
de Jeff Todd Titon - 2001 - 245 pages
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In the American Grain: Essays

William Carlos Williams - 1956 - 234 pages
...the half logic of stealing from the immense profusion. Some one must have taken the step. He took it. Not that he settled Kentucky or made a path to the...passionate, possessive in that place which he opened. For the problem of the New World was, as every new comer soon found out, an awkward one, on all sides...
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New World Metaphysics: Readings on the Religious Meaning of the American ...

Giles Gunn - 1981 - 482 pages
...the half logic of stealing from the immense profusion. Some one must have taken the step. He took it. Not that he settled Kentucky or made a path to the...passionate, possessive in that place which he opened. For the problem of the New World was, as every new comer soon found out, an awkward one, on all sides...
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American Beauty: William Carlos Williams and the Modernist Whitman

Stephen Tapscott - 1984 - 267 pages
...Daniel Boone descends "to the ground of his desire" and discovers himself. But the gesture is the same: Not that he settled Kentucky or made a path to the...voluptuous, passionate, possessive in that place which he opened.59 At times this notion sounds strangely passive,60 but elsewhere the movement sounds courageous,...
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Refiguring America: A Study of William Carlos Williams' In the American Grain

Bryce Conrad - 1990 - 177 pages
...kindle his own poetic imagination and to clothe Boone in an engendering language of his own manufacture: because of a descent to the ground of his desire was...passionate, possessive in that place which he opened. For the problem of the New World was, as every new comer soon found out, an awkward one, on all sides...
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