Black Jungle, Beautiful Forest: A Postcolonial, Green Geocriticism of the Indian Sundarbans

@inproceedings{Raimondi2016BlackJB,
  title={Black Jungle, Beautiful Forest: A Postcolonial, Green Geocriticism of the Indian Sundarbans},
  author={L. Raimondi},
  year={2016}
}
In the field of literary studies, ecocriticism and geocriticism are currently acknowledged as the disciplines that most prominently and consistently engage with the question of human spatiality, examining the connections between ecology, geography, and fictional representations. Risen out of individual scholarly efforts grounded on the critical categories of place (as natural environment) and space (as real-andimagined referential world), they emerged in the early 1990s and at the beginning of… Expand

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