A Brief History of Ecocriticism:

Where Literature and the Environment Cross Paths

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The relationship between people and the environment has long been documented through literary works. In the foreword to Natural Discourse: Toward Ecocomposition, Edward White cites Adam and Eve’s journey through the Garden of Eden (in the Bible), and Odysseus’ dangerous trek across the Mediterranean Sea in Homer’s Odyssey, as…

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Golf Writer + Naturalist + Old Man at Heart

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