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Writing for an Endangered World Literature, Culture, and Environment in the US and Beyond

By: Lawrence Buell
384 pages, 1 tab
Writing for an Endangered World
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  • Writing for an Endangered World ISBN: 9780674012325 Paperback Sep 2003 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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  • Writing for an Endangered World ISBN: 9780674004498 Hardback Dec 2001 Out of Print #119444
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Offers a conception of the physical environment - whether built or natural - as simultaneously found and constructed, and treats imaginative representations of it as acts of both discovery and invention.

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Lawrence Buell is Powell M. Cabot Professor of American Literature at Harvard University.

By: Lawrence Buell
384 pages, 1 tab
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Author of the widely influential The Environmental Imagination, Buell is a major figure in contemporary ecocriticism. Here, in broadening the scope of his earlier book, Buell blurs the usual distinction between natural and built environments. Exploring how a variety of texts imagine urban, rural, ocean, and desert places, he convincingly argues that literary imagination is powerfully shaped by--and shapes--a single, complex environment that is both found and constructed...Buell's book is important: it points ecocriticism in profoundly new and welcome directions. -- W. Conlogue Choice 20011101

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