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In this elegantly written study from within the ecological humanities, Kate Rigby addresses the complex inheritances of Romanticism in what she calls the 'perilous present'... With its depth of historical knowledge of Romantic discourse... and its breadth of understanding of the afterlives of Romanticism in decolonising and Indigenous contexts, particularly North American and Australian, these readings are exemplary of literary scholarship in touch with urgent contemporary realities. Rigby's decolonising ecopoetics shows us, with an impressive grasp of intellectual history and theoretical power, how artistic movements like Romanticism are able to inform our grappling with the crises of the present. * Philip Mead, Professor Emeritus, The University of Western Australia, Australia *
Kate Rigby is Professor of Environmental Humanities at Bath Spa University and Adjunct Professor at Monash University, Australia. One of the world's foremost ecocritics, she was the founding President of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (Australia-New Zealand). Her previous books include Topographies of the Sacred: The Poetics of Place in European Romanticism (2004) and Dancing with Disaster: Environmental Histories, Narratives, and Ethics for Perilous Times (2015).
Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter One 'Come forth into the light of things': Contemplative Ecopoetics Chapter Two 'Seasons of mist and mellow fruitfulness': Affective Ecopoetics Chapter Three 'Piping in their honey dreams': Creaturely Ecopoetics Chapter Four 'the wrong dream': Prophetic Ecopoetics Chapter Five 'deeper tracks wind back': Decolonial Ecopoetics Postscript: Ecopoetics beyond the page Works cited