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In Chris Andersons essay titled Forest of Voices he talks about the forest around his house and what it means to him However there is a much deeper meaning to his essay Throughout the essay one can get a hint of human interference and human interaction with forests Anderson once thought of the forest as a place to get away from things and go hike and explore He like many others just saw the trees from his place in town as a line of timber His thoughts were changed however when he moved up to the boundary of the forest He started to learn about the trees and how they provide habitat for many animals and different things Anderson wanted us to know that he supports forests without actually saying it He gives many clues to this He tells us his experiences in the forests with different people and hints to what he is feeling He talks about human interference and what he has been seeing change in the forest Take for instance the time when Anderson was walking in the woods and came upon a wedding Another time he came upon a dirt bike raceAnderson came to realize that the forest near his house was a forest of voices He began to see that the forest had a deep history and many voices to it The forest also had a certain language to it This showed him that the forest is a complex place a natural place not just something to acquire some financial gain fromThe general perception is that trees are only good for three things The first is lumber to build houses and other buildings The second is paper for us to write on and finally to keep the childhood fear of a dark scary place in the forest stuck in our minds Anderson came to realize that the forest is a much more complicated and interesting place He started to experience
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