Environmental Philosophy

Volume 12, Issue 2, Fall 2015

Patrícia Vieira
Pages 205-220

Phytographia
Literature as Plant Writing

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  • Peter Mortensen. Journal of Literary Studies. “A Coffee-Plantation is a Thing that Gets Hold of You and Does Not Let You Go”: Plant-Writing in Karen Blixen’s Out of Africa 2019. [CrossRef]
  • Prudence Gibson, Catriona Sandilands. Performance Philosophy. Introduction: Plant Performance 2021. [CrossRef]
  • Karoliina Lummaa. Literature. As in Forests, So in Verse: Clearings and the Poetics of Lack in Finnish Forest Poetry 2023. [CrossRef]
  • Patrícia Vieira. Romance Studies. Amazonian Ecopoetics: Paes Loureiro’s Shamanic Zoophytography 2023. [CrossRef]
  • Camille Roulière. Performance Philosophy. Herbaceous Traces: A History of Agri/cultural Sinuosities 2021. [CrossRef]
  • Prudence Gibson. Performance Research. Plant Blindness and Repair 2021. [CrossRef]
  • Melanie Duckworth, Annika Herb. Storying Plants in Australian Children’s and Young Adult Literature 2023: 1. [CrossRef]
  • Paulius V. Subačius. Archivum Lithuanicum. Tekstas kaip gyvatvorė 2022. [CrossRef]
  • Isabel Balza. Environmental Values. When the Grass Sings: Poetic Reason and Animal Writing 2019. [CrossRef]
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