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After reading the chapter encountering nature the question arises What is nature and why have historical American figures such as poets and writers focused so much of their time on writing about nature Well the answer is quit simple Nature is a part of us and history It cant be avoided After reading this nature causes many natural disasters such as snow and frigid temperatures Many classic stories discuss the cold winter and survival Moby Dick talks about a Captains goal to find the great white whale Nature is a beautiful thing but it can also be devastating Natural disasters such as things that happen in the ocean can be deadly Tidal waves are just one example of what the ocean can do These massive waves can crash down on entire cities destroying anything in its path Creatures of the sea such as whales and sharks can be deadly Even though the odds are slim of being killed by one things can still happen Such creatures like whales as depicted in Moby Dick can be a nice sight but also deadly In the book the captain of the ship lost his leg in a prior encounter with a whale When the crew went after Moby Dick he snapped and swelled huge waves towards the boat and attacked He wrecked the ship The panicked crew was scattered around the boat IN the end nature prevailed because moby dick scared the crew But it was the humans who got the last word when they killed he gigantic whale Frigid cold winters are another one of natures forces Back in the times of the Indians and before modern day housing people had to survive in the cold Many times people lived on mountaintops or alongside a river When winter hit its strongest it was hard to live These people used techniques such as making fires and eating wild fruit and killing animals
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