|aNew international voices in ecocriticism /|cedited by Serpil Oppermann ; foreword by Scott Slovic, afterword by Greta Gaard.
|aLanham :|bLexington Books,|cc2015.
|aLanham :|bLexington Books,|c
|aix, 217 pages ;|c24 cm.
|aEcocritical theory and practice
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aSelves at the fringes: expanding material ecocriticism / Kyle Bladow -- Global subcultural Bohemianism: the prospect of postlocal ecocriticism in Tim Winton's Breath / William V. Lombardi -- "What is it about you . . . that so irritates me?": Northern exposure's sustainable feeling / Sylvan Goldberg -- Bang your head and save the planet: gothic ecocriticism / Başak Ağin Dönmez -- Un-natural ecopoetics: natural/cultural intersections in poetic language and form / Sarah Nolan -- "There's no place like 'home'": Susanna Moodie, shelter writing, and dwelling on the earth / Elise Mitchell -- Against ecological kitsch: Derek Jarman's Prospect Cottage project / Guangchen Chen -- Neo-Aranyakas: an enquiry into Mahasweta Devi's forest fictions / Anu T. Asokan -- Ecoerotic imaginations in the early modernity and Cavendish's The convent of pleasure / Abdulhamit Arvas -- What are we? the human animal in Eugene O'Neill's The hairy ape / Christina Caupert -- Familiar animals: the question of human-animal relationships in Lauren Beukes's Zoo city / Elzette Steenkamp -- Dismantling "conceptual straitjackets" in Peter Dickinson's Eva / Diana Villanueva Romero.