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Editors’ introduction: Wendy Woodward and Susan McHugh.- Chapter 1 Qing and the animals of the Drakensberg-Maloti: Michael Wessels.- Chapter 2 //Kabbo sings the animals: Dan Wylie.- Chapter 3 Interrogating the sacred art of Vetkat Regopstaan Boesman Kruiper: Richard Alan Northover.- Chapter 4 Spirit guards: A squad of ceramic dogs in South Africa: Nicolene Swanepoel.- Chapter 5 Tricksters, animals, new materialities, and indigenous wisdoms: Delphi Carstens.- Chapter 6 The porosity of human/ nonhuman beings in Neil Gaiman’s American Gods and Anansi Boys: Alexandra Wheeler.- Chapter 7 Animated animals: Allegories of transformation in Khumba: Hermann Wittenberg.- Chapter 8 Magic wells, the stream, and the flow: The promise of literary animal studies: Marion Copeland.- Chapter 9 Border crossings: Animals, tricksters, and shape-shifters in modern Native American fiction: Daniel G. Payne.- Chapter 10 I'm mad you’re mad we are all mad: The Alice DiariesWilma Cruise.- Chapter 11 ‘The only facts are supernatural ones’: Dreaming animals and trauma in some contemporary Southern African texts: Wendy Woodward.- Chapter 12 Cross-pollinating: Indigenous Knowledges of Extinction and Genocide in Honeybee Fictions: Susan McHugh.- Index.
  • Book type: E-book
  • Language: English
  • Book series: Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature
  • Ean Code: 9783319568744
  • ISBN: 9783319568744
  • Publisher: PALGRAVE MACMILLAN
  • E-Book type: PDF
  • Kopierschutz: Watermark
  • Format: pdf
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