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Refiguring The Map Of Sorrow

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Author: Mark Christopher Allister
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
Size: 46.58 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 199
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Refiguring The Map Of Sorrow Book Description

by Mark Christopher Allister, Refiguring The Map Of Sorrow Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Refiguring The Map Of Sorrow books, This study brings together the genres of autobiography and environmental literature. It examines a form of grief narrative in which writers deal with mourning by standing outside the text in writing about the natural world, and inside it in making that exposition part of the grieving process.

Deep Map Country

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Author: Susan Naramore Maher
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Size: 18.92 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 228
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Deep Map Country Book Description

by Susan Naramore Maher, Deep Map Country Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Deep Map Country books, "Scholarly study of Great Plains nonfiction writers in the genre of "deep mapping," a genre that weaves together strata of narrative that includes natural history, cultural history, geography, memoir, and inter-textual material"--

Alternatives In Biography

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Author: Michael Kaylor
Publisher: Masarykova univerzita
Size: 79.54 MB
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Category : Crafts & Hobbies
Languages : en
Pages : 310
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by Michael Kaylor, Alternatives In Biography Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Alternatives In Biography books, Kniha se zabývá texty z anglicky psaných literatur, které svým způsobem zpochybňují fiktivní, osobní či akademické žánrové konvence ve vztahu k literární auto/biografii, a spíše upozorňují na mnohoznačnost způsobů psaní o životě a konstruování subjektivity. Každá ze čtyř kapitol zkoumá specifický typ transgresivní auto/biografie: pastorální biografii v dílech Petera Ackroyda, Johna Bergera a Paula Cartera; kolaborativní auto/biografie domorodých obyvatel v Austrálii v textech Kima Scotta a Hazel Brown a Rity a Jackie Hugginsových; beletrizované autobiografie A. Newmana a Forresta Reeda; a bioregionální biografie Emily Carrové a Emmy Bell Milesové.

Emotion Identity And Death

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Author: Chang-Won Park
Publisher: Routledge
Size: 39.65 MB
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Category : Social Science
Languages : en
Pages : 248
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Emotion Identity And Death Book Description

by Chang-Won Park, Emotion Identity And Death Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Emotion Identity And Death books, Death affects all aspects of life, it touches our emotions and influences our identity. Presenting a kaleidoscope of informative views of death, dying and human response, this book reveals how different disciplines contribute to understanding the theme of death. Drawing together new and established scholars, this is the first book among the studies of emotion that focuses on issues surrounding death, and the first among death studies which focuses on the issue of emotion. Themes explored include: themes of grief in the ties that bind the living and the dead, funerals, public memorials and the art of consolation, obituaries and issues of war and death-row, use of the internet in dying and grieving, what people do with cremated remains, new rituals of spiritual care in medical contexts, themes bounded and expressed through music, and more.

Writing The Trail

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Author: Deborah Lawrence
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Size: 52.74 MB
Format: PDF
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Languages : en
Pages : 170
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Writing The Trail Book Description

by Deborah Lawrence, Writing The Trail Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Writing The Trail books, For a long time, the American West was mainly identified with white masculinity, but as more women’s narratives of westward expansion came to light, scholars revised purely patriarchal interpretations. Writing the Trail continues in this vein by providing a comparative literary analysis of five frontier narratives---Susan Magoffin’s Down the Santa Fe Trail and into Mexico, Sarah Royce’s A Frontier Lady, Louise Clappe’s The Shirley Letters, Eliza Farnham’s California, In-doors and Out, and Lydia Spencer Lane’s I Married a Soldier---to explore the ways in which women’s responses to the western environment differed from men’s. Throughout their very different journeys---from an eighteen-year-old bride and self-styled “wandering princess” on the Santa Fe Trail, to the mining camps of northern California, to garrison life in the Southwest---these women moved out of their traditional positions as objects of masculine culture. Initially disoriented, they soon began the complex process of assimilating to a new environment, changing views of power and authority, and making homes in wilderness conditions. Because critics tend to consider nineteenth-century women’s writings as confirmations of home and stability, they overlook aspects of women’s textualizations of themselves that are dynamic and contingent on movement through space. As the narratives in Writing the Trail illustrate, women’s frontier writings depict geographical, spiritual, and psychological movement. By tracing the journeys of Magoffin, Royce, Clappe, Farnham, and Lane, readers are exposed to the subversive strength of travel writing and come to a new understanding of gender roles on the nineteenth-century frontier.

Toward A Literary Ecology

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Author: Karen E. Waldron
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Size: 52.87 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 248
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Toward A Literary Ecology Book Description

by Karen E. Waldron, Toward A Literary Ecology Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Toward A Literary Ecology books, In this book, editors Karen E. Waldron and Robert Friedman have assembled a collection of essays that study the interconnections between literature and the environment to theorize literary ecology. The disciplinary perspectives in these essays allow readers to comprehend places and environments, and to represent, express, or strive for that comprehension through literature. Contributors to this volume explore the works of several authors, including Gary Snyder, Karen Tei Yamashita, Rachel Carson, Terry Tempest Williams, Chip Ward, and Mary Oliver. Other essays discuss such topics as urban fiction as a model of literary ecology, the geographies of belonging in the work of Native American poets, and the literary ecology of place in “new” nature writing. Investigating texts for the complex interconnections they represent, this book suggests what such texts might teach us about the interconnections of our own world.

Toni Morrison S A Mercy

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Author: Shirley A. Stave
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Size: 53.14 MB
Format: PDF
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 160
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Toni Morrison S A Mercy Book Description

by Shirley A. Stave, Toni Morrison S A Mercy Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Toni Morrison S A Mercy books, Toni Morrison’s ninth novel, A Mercy, has been received with much acclaim by both the critical and lay reading public. Hailed as her best novel after the award-winning Beloved, most critics to date have concentrated on its setting in the late seventeenth century, a time in which, according to the author herself, slavery was “pre-racial,” a time before the “Terrible Transformation” irrevocably linked slavery to skin-color or “race.” Though a slender, easy to read novel, A Mercy is in fact a richly-layered text, full of multiple meanings and possibilities, a work of art that has only just begun to be “mined” for its critical import. The present volume is the first to deal with these possibilities, presenting a variety of critical approaches that include narrative theory, the eco-critical, the geographical, the allegorical, the Miltonian, the feminist, the metaphorical, and the Lacanian. As such, not only is it conceived to enrich the work of Morrison scholars and students, but also to illuminate the use of critical theory in elucidating a complex literary text. A Mercy clamors for close reading and thoughtful interrogation and promises to reward the perceptive reader.

The World In Which We Occur

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Author: Neil W. Browne
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
Size: 53.99 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 224
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The World In Which We Occur Book Description

by Neil W. Browne, The World In Which We Occur Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The World In Which We Occur books, "To fully understand human involvement in the natural world, Browne argues that disciplinary boundaries must be opened, with profound implications for the practice of democracy. The degradation of the physical environment and democratic decay, for Browne, are rooted in the same problem: our persistent belief that humans are somehow separate from their physical environment. Browne probes the work of a number of major American writers through the lens of Dewey's philosophy."--BOOK JACKET.

Ecofeminism And The Indian Novel

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Author: Sangita Patil
Publisher: Routledge
Size: 11.14 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 150
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Ecofeminism And The Indian Novel Book Description

by Sangita Patil, Ecofeminism And The Indian Novel Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Ecofeminism And The Indian Novel books, Ecofeminism and the Indian Novel tests the theories of ecofeminism against the background of India’s often different perceptions of environmental problems, challenging the hegemony of Western culture in thinking about human problems. This book moves beyond a simple application of the concepts of ecofeminism, instead explaining the uniqueness of Indian novels as narratives of ecofeminism and how they can contribute to the development of the theory of ecofeminism. In examining a selection of novels, the author argues that Indian texts conceptualize the ecological crisis more as a human problem than as a gender problem. The book proposes that we should think of ecofeminism as ecohumanism instead, seeing human beings and nature as a part of a complex web. Novels analysed within the text include Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve (1954), Shivram Karanth’s Return to Earth (2002) and Na D’Souza’s Dweepa (2013). Ecofeminism and the Indian Novel will be of great interest to students and scholars of ecofeminism, ecocriticism, ecological feminism, environmental humanities, gender studies, ecological humanities, feminist studies and Indian literature.