The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Ecocriticism

  • ursula k. heise, UrsUla K. Heise
  • Published 2006

Abstract

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@inproceedings{heise2006TheHG, title={The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Ecocriticism}, author={ursula k. heise and UrsUla K. Heise}, year={2006} }