Ecopoetry A Critical Introduction

ISBN-10: 0874807018

ISBN-13: 9780874807011

Edition: 2002

Authors: J. Scott Bryson
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List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: University of Utah Press
Publication date: 1/4/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 284
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946

Foreword
Introduction
Forerunners of Ecopoetry
Regarding Silence: Cross-Cultural Roots of Ecopoetic Meditation
Emerson, Divinity, and Rhetoric in Transcendentalist Nature Writing and Twentieth-Century Ecopoetry
Landscape and the Self in W. B. Yeats and Robinson Jeffers
William Carlos Williams, Ecocriticism, and Contemporary American Nature Poetry
Contemporary Ecopoets
Gary Snyder and the Post-Pastoral
Earth's Echo: Answering Nature in Ammons's Poetry
"Between the Earth and Silence": Place and Space in the Poetry of W. S. Merwin
Panentheistic Epistemology: The Style of Wendell Berry's A Timbered Choir
The Pragmatic Mysticism of Mary Oliver
"Everything Blooming Bows Down in the Rain": Nature and the Work of Mourning in the Contemporary Elegy
Genocide and Extinction in Linda Hogan's Ecopoetry
Expanding the Boundaries
"The Redshifting Web": Arthur Sze's Ecopoetics
In Her Element: Daphne Marlatt, the Lesbian Body, and the Environment
Postcolonial Romanticisms: Derek Walcott and the Melancholic Narrative of Landscape
A Woman Writing about Nature: Louise Gluck and "the absence of intention"
How to Love This World: The Transpersonal Wild in Margaret Atwood's Ecological Poetry
Primary Concerns: The Development of Current Environmental Identity Poetry
Contributors
Index
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