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Animals and the Environment in Turkish Culture

Ecocriticism and Transnational Literature
  • By Kim Fortuny
$47.49
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Landscape and animals have been fundamental elements of Turkish culture from the Ottomans to the present day. This book examines representations of and attitudes toward land and animals in selected Turkish literary texts and cultural contexts. Informed by global debates in ecocriticism, ecopoetics and animal studies, Kim Fortuny explores literary and arts activism, as well as environmental interventions in the Turkish cultural sphere in light of ongoing ecological degradation in Turkey. Writers from the Turkish canon such as Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar and N zim Hikmet are explored alongside American and English texts to reveal common transnational environmental and ecological concerns across these distinct literary cultures. Analysing works of Turkish literature within the emerging field of ecocriticism, this interdisciplinary work will be of interest to scholars of Turkish and comparative literature and animal studies and ecocriticism across the humanities.

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    • SKU: 9780755643660
    • Manufacturer: I B Tauris
    • Author: Kim Fortuny
    • ISBN 13: 9780755643660
    • Publication Date: 02/01/2021
    • Format: Paperback
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