Going Away to Think: Engagement, Retreat, and Ecocritical Responsibility
Scott Slovic has spent his life as a teacher, writer, environmental activist & leader in the field of ecocritical literary studies. Here, he reflects on the motivations of his life - the commitment to do some good in the world & the impulse to enjoy life - & examines the tension created by his efforts to balance these two poles.
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