I consider interactions with spirits of the landscape who offered protection during wartime and still make demands on emigrants in bodily ways. I suggest such spirits challenge biopolitical theory by embodying a zoo-power engaging a para-political ethic of hospitality and reciprocity involving both humans and non-humans.
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