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Ecological literary criticism

romantic imagining and the biology of mind

by Karl Kroeber

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Romanticism,
  • Criticism,
  • Ecology in literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-177) and index.

    StatementKarl Kroeber.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN56.R7 K76 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination185 p. ;
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1081672M
    ISBN 100231100280, 0231100299
    LC Control Number94005232

      Book Reviews Kroeber, Karl. Ecological Literary Criticism: Romantic Imagining and the Biology of Mind. Buell, Lawrence. The Environmental Imagination: Thoreau, Nature Writing, and the Formation of American Culture. Jonathan Bate University of Liverpool. Pages   Ecocriticism is a broad way for literary and cultural scholars to investigate the global ecological crisis through the intersection of literature, culture, and the physical environment. Ecocriticism originated as an idea called “literary ecology” (Meeker , cited under General Overviews) and was later coined as an “-ism.

    We’ve compiled a list of publications devoted in large part to eco-literature — essays, articles, short stories, poetry. To be notified when new publications are . The theory of literary evolution he developed in his book The Anxiety of Influence is considered seminal. His work Western Canon made Bloom a household name. One of America’s preeminent literary critics, Bloom has been translated into 40 languages, and is a MacArthur Prize fellow.

    In this delightful collection of essays, the author of The Enchanted Voyage and The Itinerant Ivory Tower turns his attention to the influence of environment on evolution. His discussion of the nature of the terrestrial environment we know leads to an account of possible ecological conditions on . Home Literary Criticism Ecocriticism Texts The Ecological Imagination by Lawrence Buell () This famed ecocritic wants to tell us that there's more to nature than The Sound of Music. It isn't all beautiful mountains and tall green grass and blue sky (and a twirling, singing nun).


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Ecological Literary Criticism asks that we examine poetry from a perspective that assumes that the imaginative acts of cultural beings offer valuable insights into how and why cultural and natural phenomena have interrelated in the Ecological literary criticism book and how they could more advantageously interrelate in the future.

Kroeber argues that this approach to Cited by: In this book, Kroeber intends "to encourage the development of an ecologically oriented literary criticism," a corrective to recent criticism. Influenced by the Cold War, he says, the Yale formalists and new historicists could only see English romantic poets in terms of conflict, and although they disagreed in their approaches, both groups /5.

Kroeber argues that literary criticism needs to reestablish connections to a wide range of social activities, especially the thinking of contemporary scientists. This new kind of criticism, "ecological literary criticism," sets out to correct the abstractions of current theorizing about literature, and to make humanistic studies more socially.

Ecocriticism is the study of literature and the environment from an interdisciplinary point of view, where literature scholars analyze texts that illustrate environmental concerns and examine the various ways literature treats the subject of nature. It takes an interdisciplinary point of view Ecological literary criticism book analyzing the works of authors, researchers and poets in the context of environmental issues and.

Kroeber argues that literary criticism needs to reestablish connections to a wide range of social activities, especially the thinking of contemporary scientists.

This new kind of criticism, "ecological literary criticism," sets out to correct the abstractions of current theorizing about literature, and to make humanistic studies more socially /5(7).

Ecological Literary Criticism Romantic Imagining and the Biology of Mind by Karl Kroeber pages, paperback, Columbia University Press, Ecological Literary Criticism addresses the ecological and social ideas embodied in the work of the English Romantic poets.

By exposing the failure of modern critics to recognize the deepest. Notes was published in Ecological Literary Criticism on page 8. Shelley: The Socialization of Mind was published in Ecological Literary Criticism on page This book is a collection of carefully selected essays on the ecological approach to literary studies.

It signals the emergence of a new type of literary criticism, now unanimously accepted as ecocriticism. As the essays in this book indicate, ecocriticism aims to bring a transformation. Feminist Ecocriticism examines the interplay of women and nature as seen through literary theory and criticism, drawing on insights from such diverse fields as chaos theory and psychoanalysis, while examining genres ranging from nineteenth-century sentimental literature to contemporary science fiction.

The book explores the central claim of ecofeminism—that there is a. Landmarks in Literary Ecology. Author: Cheryll Glotfelty,Harold Fromm; Publisher: University of Georgia Press ISBN: Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book is the first collection of its kind, an anthology of classic and cutting-edge writings in the rapidly emerging field of literary ecology.

The Ecocriticism Reader is the first collection of its kind, an anthology of classic and cutting-edge writings in the rapidly emerging field of literary ecology. Exploring the relationship between literature and the physical environment, literary ecology is the study of the ways that writing both reflects and influences our interactions with the natural world.

his Past President's speech, entitled "Revaluing Nature: Toward an Ecological Literary Criticism." Since that meeting inthe term "ecocriticism" has bloomed in usage, so that now one finds it appearing with some frequency in calls for papers, critical articles, and indeed academic job descriptions.

The result is a book that is widely considered to be the very foundation of the American environmentalist movement. Ecology Without Nature by Timothy Morton An essential text in ecological thinking, Ecology Without Nature is an excellent and accessible introduction to common ideas in contemporary ecocriticism.

Timothy Morton argues that the. Mishra S.K. () Ecocriticism in Children's Literature: An Analysis of Amit Garg's TwoVol-5, Issue5, Ecocritical Readings Rethinking Nature And Environment Jan The Ecocriticism Reader is the first collection of its kind, an anthology of classic and cutting-edge writings in the rapidly emerging field of literary ecology.

Exploring the relationship between literature and the physical environment, literary ecology is the study of the ways that writing both reflects and influences our interactions with the natural world.3/5(1). Feminist criticism, for instance, examines literature from the perspective of feminine gender, whereas Marxist criticism examines literature from the standpoint of class structure and production.

Ecocriticism looks at literature from the perspective of the ecology. It is believed that William Rueckert was the first to use the term ecocriticism.

“The ecological crisis we face is so obvious that it becomes easy -- for some, strangely or frighteningly easy -- to join the dots and see that everything is interconnected. This is the ecological thought. And the more we consider it, the more our world opens up.” ― Timothy Morton.

This book is an analysis of literary texts that question, critique, or subvert anthropocentrism, the notion that the universe and everything in it exists for humans. Bryan Moore examines ancient Greek and Roman texts; medieval to twentieth-century European texts; eighteenth-century French philosophy; early to contemporary American texts and Cited by: 1.

Literary Criticism (). Historians of ecological thought have drawn attention also to the significance of romantic `natural philosophy’ and natural science in the emergence of.

In this book, the noted theorist of posthumanism Cary Wolfe argues for a philosophical and theoretical reinvention of ecological poetics, using Stevens as a test case.

Stevens, Wolfe argues, is an ecological poet in the sense that his places, worlds, and environments are .The book thus carries African scholarship beyond the mere analysis of themes and style to ethical and activist roles of literature having an impact on readers and the public.

It is a scholarship geared towards rectifying ecological imbalance that is prevalent in many parts of the continent that forms the setting, context, and thematic discourse. This wide-ranging anthology follows Wallace Stegner's notion that an environmentally based criticism should be "large and loose and suggestive and open," and it includes work from many fields, from historian Lynn White's landmark essay "The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis" to literary scholar Michael McDowell's recent article Reviews: