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Global Literature: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives

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Global Literature: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives introduces both enduring and cutting-edge debates about literature from around the globe.

Readers are invited to explore the transnational elements of cultural production and reception, examining texts’ critical relationship with colonial history, resistance to neo-/colonialism, the persistent linguistic hegemony of European languages, identity and equality debates, environments, the body, and the digital age.

Across the series, key theoretical texts and literary examples are connected to cultural texts and political debates, presenting complex ideas and information in a clear, logical and accessible manner ideal for students.

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Global Literature and the Environment

Global Literature and the Environment

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By Matthew Whittle, Jade Munslow Ong
August 02, 2024

Global Literature and the Environment analyses literatures from across the world that connect readers to the localized impacts of the climate and ecological emergencies. The book contextualizes ecological breakdown within the history of imperialist-capitalism, exploring how literature helps us to ...

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