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Lost in Landscape: NATURE AND DISPLACEMENT INISLAND OF THE HUNGRY GHOSTS Juxtaposing the human suffering and brutal bureaucracy of a Christmas Island detention centre with the perpetual cycles of the surrounding environment, Gabrielle Brady's film is an unusually poetic documentary representation of Australia's refugee policies. As ANDERS FURZE finds, it is a work that is as evocative as it is intimate. Furze, Anders Critical essay Mar 1, 2019 2438
"I am humanity": Posthumanism and Embodiment in Rick Yancey's The 5th Wave Series. Schmeink, Lars Critical essay Sep 22, 2018 10734
GULLIVER, HEIDEGGER'S MAN: SWIFT'S SATIRE OF MAN IN CAPTIVATION. Yi, Dongshin Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 10344
Desert ethics, myths of nature and novel form in the narratives of Ibrahim al-Koni. Moolla, F.F. Mar 22, 2015 10589
An alternative view of nature's otherness in E. Kotze's short story 'Halfkrone vir die Nagmaal'/'n Alternatiewe beskouing van die natuur se andersheid in E. Kotze se kortverhaal 'Halfkrone vir die Nagmaal'. Meyer, Susan Mar 22, 2015 6929
Humans can continue as the planet's most successful weeds, but only if we stop wrecking the place. Gibson, Robert Jul 1, 2014 674
"Childe Roland to the dark tower came" and the landscapes of the anthropocene. MacDuffie, Allen Critical essay Jun 22, 2014 10057
The garden in the machine: video games and environmental consciousness. Brown, P. Saxton Product/service evaluation Jun 22, 2014 10384
"What am I, a machine?": humans, information, and matters of record in David Foster Wallace's The Pale King. Wouters, Conley Critical essay Dec 22, 2012 7988
The role played by objects in the work of Robbe-Grillet. Negrici, Dominic Critical essay Jan 1, 2012 2283
Animals and nature: mapping storylines and metaphors in David Kramer's narratives/Diere en natuur: storievertelling en metafore in David Kramer se narratiewe. Slabbert, M. Critical essay Apr 1, 2011 8351
Fun with falling man. Mosley, Clay R. May 1, 2009 668
12th hour for Arcology. Neutopia, Doctress Mar 22, 2009 2322
Sentence and solas in the writer's craft of The Canterbury Tales and The Peony Pavilion. Li, Qingjun Jan 1, 2006 8724
How a man differs from a dog: Erica Fudge considers what it meant to be described as an animal in the 16th and 17th centuries, and what divided humans from the rest of creation. Fudge, Erica Jun 1, 2003 3616

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