Rachel Carson Essays
On Motherhood and Mother Earth-hood: Ecological Constructs in 'A Mercy' and 'Silent Spring' 12th Grade
Environmentally conscious writing can depict gender constructions in so many different ways depending upon what point the author tries to make. For instance, in Silent Spring, Rachel Carson focuses on how the environment impacts women much more...
Rhetorical Analysis of Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” College
In September of 1962, Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring was published directly to alarm the public of the harmfulness of chemical pesticides. Those pesticides include DDT, dieldrin, chlordane, and more that were being used by a way of aerial...
Researching Silent Spring: Context and Reception 11th Grade
During the 1920s in the United States, farmers were suffering a depression due to the debt caused by overproduction of many crops during World War I. This depression continued into the 1930s as the Great Depression destroyed America’s economy and...