Colloquy, issue 21 (2011)

Published on (GMT) by Aisling Smith
GENERAL ARTICLES: To do what one ought to do: Reconsidering Heidegger's thesis: "the animal is poor in world." By Blair McDonald Hopkins and Early English Riddling: Solving The Windhover? By Erin Sebo SPECIAL SECTION ARTICLES, Changing the Climate: Utopia, Dystopia and Catastrophe: The Victorian Crisis of Faith in Australian Utopian Literature, 1870-1900 By Zachary Kendal "Paradise is a little too green for me": Discourses of environmental disaster in Doctor Who 1963-2010 By Lindy A. Orthia Modernism, Climate Change and Dystopia: An ecocritical reading of light symbology in Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Eliot's "The Waste Land" By Geoff Berry Eucatastrophe and Co-inherence in the Urban Utopian Vision of Charles Williams By Bradley Wells The Crime of Material Culture, the Condition of the Colonies and Utopian/Dystopian Impulses, 1908-10 By Robyn Walton "Of the Creatures who are doomed to perish, to fall": Mythology and Time in Herzog's Apocalyptic Science Fiction Films By Tyson Namow REVIEW ARTICLE: To Meet the Maker: The influence of the author in the critical reception of David Foster Wallace By Nick Levey BOOK REVIEWS A. S. Byatt. Ragnarök; The End of the Gods. Melbourne: Text, 2011 By Geoff Berry Timothy Morton. The Ecological Thought. Cambridge (Mass.): Harvard University Press, 2010 By Timothy Chandler Dimitris Vardoulakis. The Doppelgänger: Literature's Philosophy. New York: Fordham University Press, 2010 By David Blencowe
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