Out of the Cradle
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Hartmann , Ron Miller and Pamela Lee. Cradle describes potential manned space missions to the planets, moons and asteroids of the Solar System.
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The approximately  space art illustrations were in large part based on the plethora of new photographs from the unmanned space probes Pioneer 11 , Voyager 1 , and the Viking Lander , available at the time of publication, with scientific extrapolation of the likely appearance of various planetary surfaces. The title is derived from a quote from Konstantin Tsiolkovsky , which is included in the preface: "Earth is the cradle of humanity, but one cannot live in the cradle forever. Cradle has received critical academic reviews, including from the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Out of the Cradle Author William K. Hartmann Illustrator William K. Retrieved A young boy watches a pair of birds nesting on the beach near his home, and marvels at their relationship to one another.
One day the female bird fails to return. The male stays near the nest, calling for his lost mate. This is another poem that links Whitman to the Romantics.
Like Wordsworth, Whitman claims to take his inspiration from nature. Where Wordsworth is inspired by a wordless feeling of awe, though, Whitman finds an opportunity to anthropomorphize, and nature gives him very specific answers to his questions about overarching concepts.
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Nature is a tabula rasa onto which the poet can project himself. He conquers it, inscribes it. While it may become a part of him that is always present, the fact that it does so seems to be by his permission.