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English Studies in Italy

Table of Contents number 3, 2021, September-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-08988-5
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  • TITLE: Environmental Humanities and English Literary Studies: Facing the Crisis of the Imagination edited by Shaul Bassi, Emma Mason
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  • Vol.: XXXIV
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    • Serena Baiesi
    • Mary Shelley and the Anthropocene: An Eco-feminist Reading of The Last Man

    • pp. 49-67, DOI: 10.7370/102406
    • Sarah Hughes
    • Losing Eden: Ruskin and the Anthropocene in the Veneto and England

    • pp. 69-87, DOI: 10.7370/102407
    • Stefano Rozzoni
    • The Georgians and the Environmental Imagination: Re-evaluating Georgian Poetry (1911-1912) through an Ecocritical Lens

    • pp. 89-115, DOI: 10.7370/102408
    • Paolo Bugliani
    • Modern(ist) fables. Notes on Some Animals Inhabiting Early 20th-century Short Stories

    • pp. 117-137, DOI: 10.7370/102409
    • Carmen Gallo
    • Not Not Not Not Not Enough: Caryl Churchill’s ecological drama and commitment

    • pp. 139-157, DOI: 10.7370/102410
    • Roberta Grandi
    • “Animals don’t behave like men… They have dignity and animality.µ Richard Adams’s Watership Down and interspecies relationships in the Anthropocene

    • pp. 159-186, DOI: 10.7370/102411
    • Carmen Concilio
    • The Garden as Democratic Space: Doris Lessing, Margaret Atwood, Richard Powers

    • pp. 187-204, DOI: 10.7370/102412
    • Giulia Champion
    • ‘The River Has Been Put on Tap’: Decolonising Water and Historiography in V.S. Naipaul’s A Bend in the River (1979) and Helon Habila’s Oil on Water (2011)

    • pp. 205-227, DOI: 10.7370/102413