By Lynne Bruckner, Dan Brayton
Can interpreting, writing approximately, and instructing Shakespeare give a contribution to the overall healthiness of the planet? To what measure are Shakespeare's performs anthropocentric or ecocentric? what's the connection among the literary and the true by way of ecological behavior? This assortment, engages with those urgent questions surrounding ecocritical Shakespeare, on the way to offer a greater knowing of the place and the way ecocritical readings could be positioned. the amount combines a number of severe views, juxtaposing historicism and presentism, in addition to contemplating ecofeminism and pedagogy; and addresses such subject matters as early smooth natural world, and the missed parts of early smooth marine ecology and oceanography. Concluding with an evaluation of the challenges-and necessities-of educating Shakespeare ecocritically, Ecocritical Shakespeare not just broadens the consequences of ecocriticism in early smooth reports, yet represents a tremendous contribution to this becoming box.
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Pp. 26–59. 23 Philo, pp. 66–7. ), The English Urban Landscape (Oxford, 2000), p. 94. 25 John Stow, A Survey of London (Oxford, 1908), vol. 1, p. 80. 21 22 Ecocritical Shakespeare Even after its removal in the nineteenth century to the distant outskirts of London, Smithfield left its mark on city streets named Cow Lane, Cocke Lane, Chicken Lane, some of which survive today. Animal names might also be used metaphorically, as in the case of Dog and Bitch Yard, so called for the prostitutes and their clients who frequented it.
For more on quackgrass, see Nancy Gift, Russell R. Hahn, and Jane Mt. Pleasant, “Quackgrass (Elytrigia repens) managed as a cover crop in herbicide-resistant silage corn,” Weed Biology and Management, 8/3 (2008): 154–60. On kudzu see Kerry O. Britton, David Orr, and Jianghua Sun, “Kudzu,” in Roy Van Driesche, Bernd Blossey, Mark Hoddle, Suzanne Lyon, and Richard Reardon, Biological Control of Invasive Plants in the Eastern United States (Washington, DC, 2002), p. 413. html: last accessed Jun. 6, 2010.
The invasive Japanese knotweed, introduced in this country as a garden plant, is a boon to honeybees that make a rich, dark honey from it. It is also edible. The delightfully named quackgrass is invasive, especially so for farmers, and yet it serves as a cover crop. 17 The oft-condemned kudzu does smother other plants, but it also enhances erosion control. ”18 The starling—like scholars of English—is here to stay (if any life is), a naturalized part of the landscape. Given our inevitable presence, engaging in scholarship and pedagogy that confronts, historicizes, and enjoins others to respond to our current ecological crisis may be the greatest benefit of our invasive work.