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Environmentalism in the Realm of Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature
The collection of essays titled Environmentalism in the Realm of Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature discusses the environmental and ecocritical themes found in works of science-fiction and fantasy literature. It focuses on an analysis of important literary works in these genres to yield an understanding of how they address the environmental issues we are facing today. Organized into four sections titled "Industrial Dilemmas," "The Natural World, Community, and the Self," "Materialism, Capitalism, and Environmentalism," and "Dystopian Futures," the essays included also investigate the solutions that these works present to ensure the sustainability of our natural world and, in turn, the sustainability of humanity.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Introduction
pp. 1-8(8)
Author: Baratta, Chris

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The Secret Life of The Death of Iron
pp. 11-29(19)
Author: Waage, Frederick

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Linguistic Disintegration in Cormac McCarthy's The Road
pp. 143-155(13)
Author: Saliba, Dawn A.

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Ecofantasy and Animal Dystopia in Richard Adams’ Watership Down
pp. 157-167(11)
Author: Battista, Christine

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Free Content Supplementary material
pp. 169-176(8)

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