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This seems relevant to new work on Eliot.  Thanks for posting.

cassandra


Prof. Cassandra Laity
Editor, Feminist Modernist Studies (FMS; Routledge; 2017--)
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Former Co-Editor, Modernism/Modernity (JHUP; 2000-2010)

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English Department
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
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Subject: The Nature of Modernism: Ecocritical Approaches to the Poetry of Edward Thomas, T. S. Eliot, Edith Sitwell and Charlotte Mew


One way or another, an engagement with Eliot


ELIZABETH BLACK. The Nature of Modernism: Ecocritical Approaches to the Poetry of Edward Thomas, T. S. Eliot, Edith Sitwell and Charlotte Mew | The Review of English Studies | Oxford Academic


https://academic.oup.com/res/article-abstract/70/293/197/5043136
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Ecocriticism is an ever-growing field. Since the turn of the century, it has successfully transitioned from its early, primary focus on Romantic poetry and Amer



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