Ecology and Literature: Ecocentric Personification from Antiquity to the Twenty-first Century

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Palgrave Macmillan, Aug 15, 2008 - Literary Criticism - 247 pages
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Ecology and Literature explores personification as a means of representing the natural world and arguing for its worth outside of human use. Employing a rhetorical and ecocritical approach, Moore analyzes ecocentric personification and its variants in the Western world from ancient Greece to Charles Darwin, with a special focus on American literature to the near-present.

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BRYAN L. MOORE is Associate Professor of English, Arkansas State University, USA.

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