<b>No Ordinary Spider</b> // Una araña poco tradicional
This essay braids the author’s observations of a garden spider along with references to biology, ecology, and literature. The author explores arachnophobia, and discusses the ways in which close encounters with even small aspects of the natural world can allow people to overcome fear, and to have greater respect for the world around them.
Este ensayo enlaza las observaciones de la autora sobre una araña de jardín con referencias biológicas, ecológicas y literarias. La autora explora el concepto de aracnofobia y analiza las formas en que los encuentros con los aspectos más pequeños del mundo natural pueden permitir a los seres humanos superar sus miedos y tener un mayor respeto por el mundo que les rodea.
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