Ecosublime: environmental awe and terror from new world to oddworld

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University of Alabama Press, 2006 - Literary Criticism - 134 pages
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Lee Rozelle examines the natural environment's place in American literature and culture through the lens of the "ecosublime," an aesthetic moment that in its awe and terror provokes a cognitive and spiritual reconception of place. Book jacket.

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Review: Ecosublime: Environmental Awe and Terror from New World to Oddworld

User Review  - Jordan - Goodreads

This book simply did not deliver. All of the topics it covers in the description/abstract are interesting to me (personally and academically) and the texts it analyses (White Noise, Twin Peaks, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dayne - Goodreads

Let's start with the author, one of America's premier eco-literary critics, Dr. Lee Rozelle. He is a professor at the University of Montevallo, a small state-funded liberal arts school in central ... Read full review

Contents

Modernist Reactions to Urban Environments in Eliot
36
Salem Cigarettes Field Notes
50
The Green Reader Bearheart
73
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