Greenwor(l)ds: Ecocritical Readings of Canadian Women's Poetry

Greenwor(l)ds rewrites the literary history of Canada from a feminist ecological perspective through a series of essays that examine the lives and work of nine women poets. Using insights from fields of knowledge as disparate as history and biology, physics and philosophy, psychoanalysis and communi...

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Main Author: Diana M. A. Relke
Format: eBook
Published: University of Calgary Press 1999
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