Take-home conclusive exam:
You must confutation the interrogation in Section 1 and prime three interrogations to confutation in Section 2.
Over this method, we accept screened multifarious of the methods in which we can recognize, trial, and prize forms of ecologies, environmentalism, and “nature” in Irish erudition and cultivation. Through twain assumption and action, we accept examined multitudinous methods scholarly cultivation has responded to late, vulgar, or forthcoming events in the late environmental turning-point. For this mandatory interrogation, you deficiency to transcribe at smallest a 500-word confutation confutationing the forthcoming interrogation:
How accept the works we interpret in the method progressive the method you recognize and prize Irish environmental erudition?
Please furnish at smallest three scholarly and/or cultural copys (literature, film, or visual cultivation) and undivided important copy (essays) to patronage your confutation. You can reason the pronoun “I” in your confutation.
(The interpretings are listed at the very object of this instrument.)
Prime solely three extinguished of the forthcoming five interrogations to confutation. Each confutation should be at smallest 300 tone crave.
. 1) Explain how attribute, interval, and reminiscence discharge in Heaney’s “Digging” and James Joyce’s “The Mirage of the Fisherman of Aran” and/or “The City of the Tribes.” In your confutation, produce certain to briefly eliminate stipulations, such as the discord among attribute and interval. ?
. 2) Direct a embodied ecoimportant interpreting to Stoker’s The Snake’s Pass. Your confutation must eliminate embodied ecocriticism to furnish texture. You can prime solely a element of the fantastic to screen. ?
. 3) Explain the concept of “Solastalgia” (i.e., homesickness from environmental detriment) and direct it to Boland’s “In Our Own Country” and Meehan’s “Death of a Field.” ?
. 4) Direct an ecofeminist interpreting to Carr’s By the Bog of Cats…. Your confutation must eliminate ecofeminism to furnish texture. You can prime solely a element of the indicate to screen. ?
. 5) Eliminate the genuine and original elements of gloze in the motive humanities. Explain how O’Donnell’s The Pipe or O’Kelly’s Little Thing, Big Thing is normal of the motive humanities and ecocriticism over generally. You effectiveness hope to embody the Anthropocene in your confutation. ?
Each confutation must confutation the interrogation undeviatingly and furnish textual patronage as illustration.
Barry, Kevin. “Fjord of Killary.” The New Yorker (Feb. 1, 2010).
http://www .newyorker .com/magazine/2010/02/01/fjord-of-killary
Boland, Evan, “In Our Own Country” (2008) and Oliver Comerford, Distance (2008). The Poetry Project: Poetry and Art from Ireland. http://thepoetryproject.ie/poems/distance-oliver- comerford-in-our-own-country-eavan-boland/ (tend the video and interpret the ballad)
Boyer, Dominic and Imre Szeman. “The Rise of Motive Humanities.” University Affairs (Feb. 12, 2014): http://www.universityaffairs.ca/opinion/in-my-opinion/the-rise-of-energy-humanities
Crutzen, Paul and Eugene Stoermer. “The Anthropocene.” Global Change Newsletter 41 (2000): 17- 18.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Nature. Boston: Thurston, Torry, and Company, 1849. Project Gutenberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/29433/29433-h/29433-h.htm
Heaney, Seamus. “Digging” (1966). Poetry Foundation: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/177017 (hear to the audio integrate of Heaney interpreting)
Heaney, Seamus. “Feeling into Tone.” Preoccupations (1980). https://boginsdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/feeling-into-words.pdf
Gladwin ~ Irish Ecocriticism Syllabus ~ Concordia University ~ 2
Kavanagh, Patrick. “The Great Hunger” (1942). All Poetry: http://allpoetry.com/The-Great-Hunger
Meehan, Paula. “Death of a Field” (2005). Poetry International:
Soper, Kate. “Beyond Consumerism: Reflections on Gender Politics, Pleacertain and Sustainable Consumption.” KVINDER, KØN & FORSKNING 3-4 (2009): 92-100. https://tidsskrift.dk/index.php/KKF/article/view/44314
Ullrich, J.K. “Climate Fiction: Can Books Save the Planet?” Atlantic (Aug. 14, 2015). http://www .theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2015/08/climate-fiction-margaret- atwood-literature/400112
Yeats, W.B. Cathleen Ni Houlihan (1903). http://www.aughty.org/pdf/cathleen_ni_houlihan.pdf
Yeats, W.B. “The Lake Isle of Innisfree.” The Countess Kathleen and Multitudinous Legends and Lyrics (1892). Poetry