Greening The Lyre: Environmental Poetics And Ethics

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University of Nevada Press, 2002 M05 1 - 184 páginas
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This work covers important and neglected ground—environmental language theory. Gilcrest poses two overarching questions: To what extent does contemporary nature poetry represent a recapitulation of familiar poetics? And, to what extent does contemporary nature poetry engage a poetics that stakes out new territory? He addresses these questions with important thinkers, especially Kenneth Burke, and considers such poets as Frost, Kunitz, Heaney, Ammons, Cardenal, and Rich.

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Toward a Rhetoric of Ecological Poetics
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Ethos and Environmental Ethics
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Pragmatic Environmental Poetics
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David W. Gilcrest is assistant professor of English at Carroll College in Southeastern Wisconsin where he teaches rhetoric, Romanticism, and environmental studies.

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