7 edition of Insect poetics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||Eric C. Brown, editor|
|Contributions||Brown, Eric C., 1971-|
|LC Classifications||PN56.I63 I57 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 382 p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
|ISBN 10||0816646953, 0816646961|
|LC Control Number||2006017386|
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Insect Folk, by Margaret Warner Morley This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. The little white book lice that scurry away when we open an old book that has been standing on the back shelf, are not lice, either; they also belong to a little order. The Insect Cookbook was conceived of a perfect marriage between of European entomophagy experts and a master chef. If you want to learn both the how’s and why’s of fancy bug cooking, this book addresses both topics beautifly. With commentary from bigwigs like Kofi Annan, this book feels more serious than many of its counterparts.
Poetics: Literary and Cultural Entomologies_. The collection will range from the classical period to the contemporary, treating insects in art, literature, and the sciences. Interdisciplinary approaches particularly encouraged on all aspects of cultural entomology, literary and political insects, insects on film and in the visual arts. ANTENNAE ISSUE 3 Volume 1 4 Talking Insects – Eric Brown At Antennae we were so captivated by the book ‘Insect Poetics’ that we decided to contact its editor, Eric Brown with a proposa l for an Insect Poetics themed issue of our journal. Here Eric Browns explains where the inspiration for the book comes from and talks about hi s interest in.
Animation, Calligraphy and Book Arts. The poems range in tone from the dreamy to the earthy and amusing, and the subject matter is the stuff that insects' lives are made of --metamorphosis, anatomy, danger, nature, beauty, and love.
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Insect Poetics James Grainger, Personification, and Enlightenments Not Taken Since the recuperation to the canon of Scottish-born poet and physician James Grainger’s work, scholars have concentrated on book 4 of his West Indian neogeorgic Th Suearg - Cane () as the portion of his oeuvre with the most contemporary relevance.
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In Insect Poetics, the first book to comprehensively explore the cultural and textual meanings of bugs, editor Eric Brown argues that insects are humanity’s “other.” In order to be experienced, the insect world must be mediated by art or technology (as in the case of an ant farm or Kafka’s Metamorphoses) while humans observe, detached.
Poetics of the Hive: Insect Metaphor in Literature. In this Book. Additional Information. Poetics of the Hive: Insect Metaphor in Literature Poetics of the Hive and its panoply of references cannot fail to enrich university classrooms, especially those devoted to both the visual arts and literature." --Dore Ashton, author of A Fable of Cited by: Book Description: "Hollingsworth's wide-ranging exploration of the image of the hive is impressive.
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In "Insect Poetics," the first book to comprehensively explore the cultural and textual meanings of bugs, editor Eric Brown argues that insects are humanity's "other." In order to be experienced, the insect world must be mediated by art or technology (as in the case of an ant farm or Kafka's "Metamorphoses") while humans observe, detached and Book Edition: Uncut Version/A.
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‘Portraits of the Nonhuman.' is a chapter in Insect Poetics. The book focuses on the influence of a natural history of insects upon human intellectual and cultural activities.
Particularities of insects as cultural signifiers are identified and proposed as ways of thinking about “insectivity,” suggesting productive cross-pollinations.
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