Women Writing Nature

Women Writing Nature

by Barbara J. Cook
     
 

Women Writing Nature addresses the question, "Do women write about nature differently?" In the process, the collection considers women's writings about the natural world in light of recent and current feminist and ecofeminist theory.See more details below

Overview

Women Writing Nature addresses the question, "Do women write about nature differently?" In the process, the collection considers women's writings about the natural world in light of recent and current feminist and ecofeminist theory.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780739119136
Publisher:
Lexington Books
Publication date:
12/01/2007
Series:
After the Empire: the Francophone World and Postcolonial France Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
154
Product dimensions:
0.36(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

Meet the Author

Barbara J. Cook is assistant professor of English and Women’s Studies at Mount Aloysius College.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 1. Introduction: Nature Writing From the Feminine Chapter 2 2. Modernist Women, Snake Stories, and the Indigenous Southwest: An Ecofeminist Politics of Creation and Affirmation Chapter 3 3. Littoral Women Writing From the Margins Chapter 4 4. Multifaceted Dialogues: Toward an Environmental Ethic of Care Chapter 5 5. Wild Women: Literary Explorations of American Landscapes Chapter 6 6. Louise Gluck, Feminism and Nature in Firstborn's "The Egg" Chapter 7 7. Ecofeminism, Motherhood, and the Post-Apocalyptic Utopia inParable of the Sower, Parable of the Talents, and Into the Forest Chapter 8 8. Natural Resistance: Margaret Atwood as Eco-Feminist or Apocalyptic Visionary Chapter 9 9. Touching the Earth: Gloria Anzaldúa and the Tenets of Ecofeminism Part 10 Voices From the Field Chapter 11 10. Teaching the Trees: How to be a Female Nature Writer Chapter 12 11. Confessions of an Eco-Feminist

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