Edited by Jeremy Diaper
This volume of critical essays provides the first major guide to ecology, environment, and nature in literary modernism. It explores the environmental turn and green consciousness in modernist criticism and broadens the boundaries and scope of current ecocritical inquiry. In drawing together contributions from leading and emerging scholars from across the UK and America, Eco-Modernism offers a diverse range of environmental and ecological interpretations of modernist texts and illustrates that ecocriticism can offer fresh and provocative ways of understanding literary modernism. In the rapidly burgeoning field of environmental studies, it will serve as a vital touchstone for scholars and students alike to explore the major areas and crucial themes in ecocritical modernism.
About the Editor
Jeremy Diaper is the author of T. S. Eliot and Organicism. He has also published numerous articles and chapters on Eliot's agrarianism and the history of the organic husbandry movement in Agricultural History, Agricultural History Review, the Journal of the T. S. Eliot Society UK, The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual, and Literature & History. He is currently editing a special issue of Modernist Cultures on "Modernism and the Environment."