The Domestic Turn in Environmental Literature
This chapter introduces the concept of a “domestic turn” in ecocritical poetry and fiction that consciously demands that biotropes refuse the rural and urban dialectic. Representation under what I call this “domestic turn” in ecocritical writing in the production of biotropes conveys a deep sense of vulnerability of humans, plants and animals to contamination that goes beyond the familiar rural/urban dialectic.
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