Green Studies Reader: From Romanticism to Ecocriticism / Edition 1 available in Paperback
The Green Studies Reader is a fantastically comprehensive selection of critical texts which address the connection between ecology, culture and literature. It offers a complete guide to the growing area of 'ecocriticism' and a wealth of material on green issues from the romantic period to the present. Some important aspects that are covered in depth are romantic ecology and its legacy, Nature/Culture/Gender, and environmental literary history. Included in this collection are extracts from today's leading ecocritics and figures from the past who pioneered a green approach to literature and culture. As a whole the Reader encourages a reassessment of the whole development of criticism and will offer readers a radical prospect for its future.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Laurence Coupe is Senior Lecturer in English at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he teaches a course in ecological literary theory. He is the author of the 'Ecocriticism' and 'Myth'sections of the Annotated Bibliography for English Studies, and the author of Myth (Routledge, 1997).
Table of ContentsPReface Acknowledgmnts General Introduction Section I: Green Tradition Part 1. Romantic Ecology and its Legacy 1. Nature as Imagination -Willliam Blake 2. Primary Laws -William Wordswoth 3. The Dialectic of Mind and Nature -Samuel Taylor Coleridge 4. Writing the Wilderness -Henry David thoreau 5. Landscape, Mimesis and Morality -John Ruskin 6. Art, Socialism and Evironment -William Morris 7. Dorothy Wordsworth's Vision -Virginia Woolf 8. John Clare: The Love Poet of Nature -John Middleton Murry 9. William Wordsworth: Poetry, Chemistry, Nature -John F. Danby 10. the green Language -Raymond Williams Part II The Earth, Memory and the Critique of Modernity Introduction 11. On Studying Nature -Edward Thomas 12. Remembering Pan -D.H. Lawrence 13. The Organic Community -F.R. Leavis 14. The Logic of Domination -Theodor W. Adorno and Max Horkheimer 15. Nature as "Not Yet" -Theodor W. Adorno 16. Shakespeare's Three Natures -John F. Danby 17. ...Poetically Man Dwells... -Martin Heidegger 18. Hyper-Technologism, Pollution and Satire -Kenneth Burke 19. The Machine in the Garden -Leo Marx 20. Countering Technocratic Culture -Theodore Roszak Section II: Green Theory Part 3 Nature/Culture/Gender 21. Nature and "Nurture" -Kate Soper 22. Language Goes Two Ways -Gary Snyder 23. Structuralism and Ecology -Claude Levi-Strauss 24. Ecology as the Discourse of the Secluded -Jean-Francois Lyotard 25. Naturalized Womand and Feminized Nature -Kate Soper 26. The Dualism ofPrimatology -Donna Haraway 27. Helene Cixous: The Language of Flowers -Verena Andermatt Conley Part 4 Ecocritical Principles Introduction 28. Ecocriticism: Containing Multitudes, Practising Doctrine -Scott Slovic 29. Ecocriticism in Context -William Howarth 30. From "Red" to "Green" -Jonathan Bate 31. The Social Construction of Nature -Terry Gilford 32. Representing the Environment -Lawrence bell 33. Radical Pastoral? -Greg Garrard 34. Green Cultural Studies -Jhan Hochman 35. Ecofeminist Dialogies -Patrick D. Murphy 36. A Poststructuralist Approach to Ecofeminist Criticism -Karla Armbruster Section III: Green Reading Part 5 Environmental Literary History Introduction 37. The Forest of Literature -Robert Pogue HarrisonTerry Gifford 39. Deep Form in art and Nature -Betty and Theodore RoszakJohn Elder 41. Ecocriticism and the Novel -Dominic Head 42. Ecothrillers: Environmental Cliffhangers -Richard Kerridge Part 6 The Nature of the Text Introduction 43. "Ode to Autumn" as Ecosystem -Jonathan Bate 44. Thoreau's Ambivalence Toward Mother Nature -Louise Westling 45. Maps for Tourists: Hardy, Narrative, Ecology -Richard Kerridge 46. The Flesh of the World: Virginia Woolf's "Between the Acts" -Carol H. Cantrell 47. Defending Middle-Earth -Patrick Curry 48. Leslie Silko: Environmental Apocalypticism -Lawrence Buell 49. Terry Tempest Williams: Flooding the Boundaries of Form -Cheryll Glotfelty 50. The "Lambs" in "Silence of the Lambds" -Jhan Hochman Glossary Bibliography Index