環境文学批評論文集<br>The Greening of Literary Scholarship : Literature, Theory and the Environment

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The Greening of Literary Scholarship : Literature, Theory and the Environment

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基本説明

A collection of thirteen original essays by leaders in the emerging field of ecocriticism, this is devoted to exploring new and previously neglected literatures, theories, and methods in environmental-literary scholarship.

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A collection of thirteen original essays by leaders in the emerging field of ecocriticism. The Greening of Literary Scholarship is devoted to exploring new and previously neglected literatures, theories, and methods in environmental-literary scholarship. Each essay in this impressive collection challenges the notion that the study of environmental literature is separate from traditional concerns of criticism, and each applies ecocritical scholarship to literature not commonly explored in this context. New historicism, postcolonialism, deconstructionism, and feminist and Marxist theories are all utilized to evaluate and gain new insights into environmental literature; at the same time, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Upton Sinclair, Leslie Marmon Silko, and Susan Howe are studied from an ecocritical perspective. At its core, The Greening of Literary Scholarship offers a practical demonstration of how articulating traditional and environmental modes of literary scholarship can enrich the interpretation of literary texts and, most important, revitalize the larger fields of environmental and literary scholarship.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           vii
Scott Slovic
Acknowledgments xiii
Introduction: Extending Ecocriticism xv
Steven Rosendale
I. REMAPPING LITERARY HISTORIES
Saving All the Pieces: The Place of Textual 3 (23)
Editing in Ecocriticism
Michael P. Branch
Le Page du Pratz's Fabulous Journey of 26 (16)
Discovery: Learning about Nature Writing from
a Colonial Promotional Narrative
Gordon Sayre
Ecocriticism, New Historicism, and Romantic 42 (17)
Apostrophe
Helena Feder
In Search of Left Ecology's Usable Past: The 59 (18)
Jungle, Social Change, and the Class
Character of Environmental Impairment
Steven Rosendale
Rivers, Journeys, and the Construction of 77 (20)
Place in Nineteenth-Century English Literature
Alison Byerly
II. EXPANDING THE SUBJECT IN ECOCRITICISM
Locating the Uranium Mine: Place, 97 (14)
Multiethnicity, and Environmental Justice in
Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony
James Tarter
Landscape in Drag: The Paradox of Feminine 111 (20)
Space in Susan Warner's The Wide, Wide World
Andrea Blair
``Space Is a Frame We Map Ourselves In'': The 131 (18)
Feminist Geographies of Susan Howe's Frame
Structures
Eleanor Hersey
Of Whales and Men: The Dynamics of Cormac 149 (16)
McCarthy's Environmental Imagination
James D. Lilley
Articulating the Cyborg: An Impure Model for 165 (16)
Environmental Revolution
Louis H. Palmer III
III. RETHINKING REPRESENTATION AND THE SUBLIME
Surveying the Sublime: Literary Cartographers 181 (26)
and the Spirit of Place
Rick Van Noy
``Mont Blanc'': Shelley's Sublime Allegory of 207 (17)
the Real
Aaron Dunckel
Vicarious Edification: Radcliffe and the 224 (23)
Sublime
James Kirwan
Contributors 247 (4)
Bibliography 251 (18)
Index 269