British Eighteenth-Century Laboring-Class Poets

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Carson Fellow Anne Milne untersucht Gedichte von Englands Arbeiterklasse im 18. Jahrhundert, um die verschiedenen Auffassungen von Natur zu dieser Zeit zu erforschen. Diese Dichter wurden meist als Naturgenies bezeichnet. Sie betrachtet auch die Veränderung in der Landnutzung und ihre Darstellung in den Gedichten. Anne Milne ist eine Ökokritikerin mit Spezialisierung in der britischen Literatur des 18. Jahrhunderts und der Restauration.
In a unique approach to exploring transformations in land use, Carson Fellow Anne Milne uses poetry from the laboring class in eighteenth-century Britain to understand different perceptions of nature during this era. These poets were often described as “natural geniuses.” Milne considers how nature figured in the representation of these poets as individuals. Her work also aims to track changes in land use. Anne Milne is an ecocritic who specializes in Restoration and eighteenth-century British literature. Prof. Dr. Milne currently teaches in the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Program at the University of Guelph, Canada.
Keywords Oekokritik Naturgenies Naturbeschreibungen Arbeiterklasse 18. Jahrhundert Britische Literatur ecocriticism transformation of landscapes British literature laboring class
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