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But more importantly, it takes the human observer out of the background and foregrounds the human author in a position relative to her environment as both subject and object. She attempts to see objectively, but her own response to the world is a subject of the book. This integrates the human response into the ecosystem of the shoreline. " The writing subject and the subject of her writing are one. The sounds of the sea, the tides and water and rocks, find their way into Carson's study and onto the page— they are literally there with her.
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She tells us: Once, exploring the night beach, I surprised a small ghost crab in the searching beam of my torch. He was lying in a pit he had dug just above the surf, as though watching the sea and waiting. The blackness of the night possessed water, air, and beach. It was the darkness of an older world, before Man. There was no sound but the allenveloping, primeval sounds of wind blowing over water and sand, and of waves crashing on the beach. There was no other visible life—just one small crab near the sea.
American Writers, Supplement IX by Jay Parini