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    • Contemporary poets' responses to science 

      MacKenzie, Victoria R. (University of St Andrews, 2013-11-30) - Thesis
      This thesis considers a range of contemporary poets’ responses to science, emphasising the diversity of these engagements and exploring how poetry can disrupt or re-negotiate the barriers between the two activities. My ...
    • Discordant harmonies and turbulent serenity : the ecopoetic rhythms of nature's - and art's - resistance 

      Evans, David Elwyn (2015-11-30) - Journal article
      This article argues that the poetic and critical writings of Théodore de Banville represent a concerted and successful attempt to give the natural world an independent voice in literature. Ecocriticism calls for creative ...
    • Landscapes in modern poetry : gardens, forests, rivers, islands 

      MacKenzie, Garry Ross (University of St Andrews, 2014-12-01) - Thesis
      This thesis considers a selection of modern landscape poetry from an ecocritical perspective, arguing that this poetry demonstrates how the term landscape might be re-imagined in relation to contemporary environmental ...