Environment: Natural Wilderness

Description

I'm wondering how this is different from "woods" and if they two terms might need to be meshed into one. Are woods more domestic or something? LW
I'm using wilderness when it is directly discussed in the text as a presence, a living thing as in GDM (i.e., "the wilderness breathed again" (174)) JJ

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Environment: NaturalWilderness
Actions: HuntingTracking
Cultural Issues: Identity, PersonalHunter
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Actions: PerceptualLooking
Themes and Motifs: MemoryRemembering
Relationships: InterspeciesMan-bear
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Cultural Issues: Land-UseSpiritual
Themes and Motifs: Arrivals/DeparturesDeparture
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Actions: MovementHorse
Themes and Motifs: AppearancePerspective
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Cultural Issues: Land-UseSpiritual
Themes and Motifs: ObjectsAntlers
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Actions: BodilyDrinking
Cultural Issues: GenderMasculinity | RitualHunting
Themes and Motifs: Story-tellingHunting
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Actions: HuntingHounds
Themes and Motifs: AnimalsDogs
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Actions: HuntingTracking
Themes and Motifs: TimeWatch
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Themes and Motifs: TimeTimelessness
Environment: NaturalWilderness
Actions: MovementMule
Cultural Issues: ClassElite | HistoryCivil War | Hunting and FishingAnnual
Themes and Motifs: AnimalsMules
Aesthetics: NarrativeParentheses