In the next story, Hemingway underscores the white despoilation
of the land by having the logging company, whose lumber Dr.
So are we to allow the further despoilation
of our country in return for a paltry number of jobs?
72) Ibibia Lucky Worika, Deprivation, Despoilation
and Destitution: Whither Environment and Human Rights in Nigeria's Niger Delta?
Do we really want further erosion of green belt land and the despoilation
of the countryside?
Charles Dickens, the Romantic Poets, William Morris and the Guild Socialists fought against the exploitation and despoilation
of Industrial Capitalism in the 19th century.
He raises important issues one of which is, trying to put aside the despoilation
of the seascape and the destructive effects on bird life and so on, will the scheme actually deliver?
As much of a mystery as why so many British families failed to see the inevitable outcome of their mass occupation and despoilation
of one of the most beautiful bits of Europe.
Of course, your benighted wind factories would need to be battened down at present, and between the extremes of not enough wind and too much wind they really cannot justify the further despoilation
of our beautiful countryside.
We began our action with forced, non-consensual penetration and despoilation
of that country.
of St Laurence (London National Gallery) presents malevolence towards the early Christian Church in all its pristine meekness and love of peace.
It is this awareness--of, as Harold Fromm writes, "our roots in the earth" (39)--that literary works such as Muir's and Didion's help generate, a necessary step, I believe, before the class moves on to more politically-charged, topical texts that prominently feature the despoilation
of the natural world.