Romantic Ecologies and Colonial Cultures in the British Atlantic World, 1770-1850by Kevin Hutchings
By addressing these and other intriguing questions, Kevin Hutchings highlights significant intersections between Green Romanticism and colonial politics, demonstrating how contemporary understandings of animality, climate, and habitat informed literary and cross-cultural debates about race, slavery, colonialism, and nature in the British Atlantic world. Revealing an innovative dialogue between British, African, and Native American writers of the Romantic period, this book will be of interest to anyone wishing to consider the interconnected histories of transatlantic colonial relations and environmental thought.
- McGill-Queens University Press
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Kevin Hutchings is associate professor of English and Canada Research Chair in Romantic Studies, University of Northern British Columbia.
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