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Bartosch, Roman

Beyond the Human-Animal Divide

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Table of contents

Part I. Animating Creaturely Life: Ontology and Ethics Beyond Anthropocentrism

1. Animating Creaturely Life
Dominik Ohrem

2. Earth Ethics and Creaturely Cohabitation
Kelly Oliver

3. An Address from Elsewhere: Vulnerability, Relationality, and Conceptions of Creaturely Embodiment
Dominik Ohrem

4. “Creature Comforts”: Crafting a Common Language Across the Species Divide
Randy Malamud

5. Cuts: The Rhythms of “Healing-with” Companion Animals
Elizabeth Pattinson

6. A Dog’s Death: Art as a Work of Mourning
Jessica Ullrich

7. Playing like a Loser
Tom Tyler

Part II. Storying Creaturely Life: Writing/Reading Animality and Human–Animal Relations

8. Storying Creaturely Life
Roman Bartosch

9. The Collaborative Craft of Creaturely Writing
Alex Lockwood

10. Animals as Signifiers: Re-Reading Michel Foucault’s The Order of Things as a Genealogical Working Tool for Historical Human–Animal Studies
Mieke Roscher

11. Reading Seeing: Literary Form, Affect, and the Creaturely Potential of Focalization
Roman Bartosch

12. Creaturely Apotheosis: Posthumanist Vulnerability in Hans Henny Jahnn’s Perrudja

Peter J. Meedom

13. “The Impulse Towards Silence”: Creaturely Expressivity in Beckett and Coetzee
Joseph Anderton

14. Fearful Symmetries: Pirandello’s Tiger and the Resistance to Metaphor
Kári Driscoll

Part III. Afterword

15. Thinking about Talking about Writing about … “Animals”
Jane Desmond

Keywords: Literature, Literary Theory, Twentieth-Century Literature, European Literature, Comparative Literature, Critical Theory

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781349934379
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-60309-8

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