Ecocritical Readings Of Canadian Women's Poetry

eBook - 1999
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This book rewrites the literary history of Canada from a feminist ecological perspective, exploring the cultural myth which inexorably identifies women with non-human nature. Diana Relke's series of essays examines the lives and work of nine women poets, from Isabella Valancy Crawford in the nineteenth century to Marilyn Dumont in the late twentieth. Utilising insights from fields as disparate as history and biology, physics and philosophy, Relke's essays make a landmark contribution to the emerging field of ecofeminist criticism.
Publisher: Calgary : University of Calgary Press, 1999.
ISBN: 9780585249681
Characteristics: 363 p. ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: NetLibrary, Inc


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