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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Environmental Criticism for the Twenty-First Century
Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, c2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stephanie LeMenager; Teresa Shewry; Ken Hiltner
|Description:||1 online resource (311 p.)|
|Contents:||Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Introduction; Part I: Science; 1 The Mesh; 2 Posthuman/Postnatural: Ecocriticism and the Sublime in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein; 3 Revisiting the Virtuoso: Natural History Collectors and Their Passionate Engagement with Nature; 4 Chimerical Figurations at the Monstrous Edges of Species; 5 The City Refigured: Environmental Vision in a Transgenic Age; Part II: History; 6 Ecopoetics and the Origins of English Literature; 7 Amerindian Eden: The Divine Weekes of Du Bartas. 8 Erasure by U.S. Legislation: Ruiz de Burton's Nineteenth-Century Novels and the Lost Archive of Mexican American Environmental Knowledge9 Shifting the Center: A Tradition of Environmental Literary Discourse from Africa; 10 Ecomelancholia: Slavery, War, and Black Ecological Imaginings; Part III: Scale; 11 Home Again: Peak Oil, Climate Change, and the Aesthetics of Transition; 12 Reclaiming Nimby: Nuclear Waste, Jim Day, and the Rhetoric of Local Resistance; 13 Imagining a Chinese Eco-City; 14 "No Debt Outstanding": The Postcolonial Politics of Local Food. 15 Pathways to the Sea: Involvement and the Commons in Works by Ralph Hotere, Cilla McQueen, Hone Tuwhare, and Ian WeddeAfterword; Contributors; Index.|
Environmental Criticism for the Twenty-First Century showcases the explosive recent expansion of environmental criticism, which is actively transforming three areas of broad interest in contemporary literary and cultural studies: science, history, and scale.
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