Pastoral and the Humanities
Edited by Mathilde Skoie and Sonia Bjornstad-Velasquez
Mathilde Skoie is post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Classical and Romance Studies, University of Oslo.
Sonia Bjørnstad-Velázquez is doctoral fellow in the Department of Spanish Literatures and Cultures at Princeton University.
List of Illustrations Notes on Contributors Introduction: Re-inscribing Pastoral in the Humanities - Mathilde Skoie and Sonia Bjørnstad Velázquez xi Part I: Pastoral Perspectives 1. ‘Using Green Words’ or ‘Abusing Bucolic Ground’ - Timothy Saunders 2. Post-Pastoral as a Tool for Ecocriticism - Terry Gifford Part II: Pastoral Responsibilities 3. ‘The Philoctetes Problem’ and the Poetics of Pastoral - Paul Alpers 4. Aesthetics and Ethics of Poikilia in Longus’ Daphnis and Chloe - Michel Briand 5. ‘Still under that hawthorn!’: Pastoral in Tony Harrison’s Elegy in an Urban Graveyard - Juan Christian Pellicer Part III: Pastoral Practices: The Worlds in and out of Arcadia 6. Playing Shepherd: Allegory, Fiction, Reality of Pastoral Games - Françoise Lavocat 7. Care of the Self: Foucault, Guevara, and the Complexities of Courtly and Country Life - Luis F. Avilés Part IV: Pastoral Dialogues: Literal and Literary 8. Inscribing Dialogue in Pastoral Poetics and Criticism - Brian W. Breed 9. The Pipe That Can Imitate All Pipes: Longus’ Daphnis and Chloe and the Intertextual Polyphony of Pastoral Music - Thomas K. Hubbard 10. Agonistic Poetics in Virgil’s Third Eclogue - Andromache Karanika Part V: Pastoral Resoundings 11. Eco-logical or Echo-logical? On the Pastoral Mode in Malcolm Lowry’s ‘The Forest Path to the Spring’ - Henrik Otterberg 12. The Concert Champêtre and the Poetics of Dispossession - Jonathan Unglaub Notes Bibliography Index
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: December 8, 2006
Series: Bristol Phoenix Press Edited Volumes