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Like Henry David Thoreau, it appears Chatwin also took both a syncretic and embodied approach to his apprehension of place. Put simply, this is to learn with the body, rather than just the brain Krauth , 5. Meaning imparted through narratives of memory, lived experience and knowledge, turns space into place for people. Walking therefore creates place, and in postcolonial geographies becomes a starting point for reflection and scholarship Murphy , And yet, in another sense it was already filled with mystery and hopes as yet unrealised, a landscape ready for inscription: an object of desire.

Honey Ant Each of the Ancients now basking in the sunlight put his left foot forward and called out a second name. He put his right foot forward and called out a third name. He named a waterhole, the reedbeds, the gum trees — calling to right and left, calling all things into being and weaving their names into verses.

Here the frontier is manifested as a world called into being through walking; the link is made between place and its creation, walking, naming and dwelling, as well as the comforts of a rightful place now basking in the sunlight. However, they are not. As Homi Bhabha argues, the problems of cultures emerge most at the boundaries between them, sometimes called by others the frontier.

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The frontier of The songlines is not linear, but nodal and discontinuous. Then, once again Chatwin cleaves to romanticism: from what I knew of the Songlines Chatwin comes full circle; the frontier is a confusing place. She was a secretary, a pliant brown girl in a brown knitted dress.

TS, 5 The reader perceives a young woman in every way unremarkable, perhaps shy with newcomers, preferring to keep to herself. Rather than romanticising Aboriginal people, Chatwin presents a continuum of Aboriginal humanity, a potpourri of traditional and modern, according well with a lived experience of the town and other contact zones.

Conclusion Early critical reception of The songlines was shaped by postcolonial theory during the emergence of Aboriginal land rights in Australia, and a corresponding period of introspection for anthropologists. This led to significant themes and strengths being overlooked, which are now being retrieved under the influence of ecocriticism. It is suggested embodiment helped Chatwin gain a clearer perception of landscape, delivering a strong textual sense of place that still resonates today. All references are to the Picador edition, denoted in text as TS 2. A more complete review of the criticism of The songlines is in preparation for a longer version of this paper.

For the most complete published bibliography of academic criticism see Clarke Clarke does not, however, include recent ecocriticism: for this see Larsen , Palmer and Natale Though self as autobiographical representation is examined in Smith Related Papers. By Robert Clarke. By Glenn Morrison. By Claire Gallien. More recently, I have conducted ecocritical research in Australian literature and socio-environmental history from the perspective of the ethics and poetics of decolonisation. My work is informed by ecological feminist and postcolonial thought, as well as by multi-species studies and climate change research, all of which are interwoven in my most recent monograph, Dancing with Disaster I am currently returning to my interest in European Romanticism, with research on ecopoetic arts of resistance and regeneration in British Romantic verse, and the ways in which the legacy of Romantic ecopoetics has been taken up in very different socio-ecological circumstances by several modern and contemporary poets in North America, Australia and Britain.

In addition, I am involved in ongoing research in religion and ecology, and on the cultural, ethical and affective dimensions of accelerating environmental and climate change and species extinction. Rigby, K Dancing with disaster : environmental histories, narratives, and ethics for perilous times. Under the sign of nature: explorations in ecocriticism. University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville. ISBN Goodbody, A and Rigby, K, eds. Under the sign of nature. Rigby, K Topographies of the sacred: the poetics of place in European Romanticism.

Mews, C and Rigby, K, eds. Monash University, Clayton. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne. Rigby, K Transgressions of the feminine: tragedy, enlightenment and the figure of woman in classical German drama. Reihe Siegen. Winter, Heidelberg. Rigby, K '"Piping in their honey dreams": towards a creaturely ecopoetics. Texts, animals, environments: zoopoetics and ecopoetics. Rombach Verlag, Freiburg, Germany, pp. Der 'material turn' im Kontext von Bildungs- und Literaturgeschichte um Rigby, K 'Nature, language, and religion: Herder and beyond. Ecological thought in German literature and culture.

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Rigby, K 'Deep sustainability: ecopoetics, enjoyment and ecstatic hospitality. Literature and sustainability: concept, text and culture. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. I, eds. German ecocriticism in the Anthropocene. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. Rigby, K 'Religion and ecology: towards a communion of creatures. Environmental humanities: voices from the Anthropocene. Rowman and Littlefield, London, pp. Rigby, K 'From ecocritical reception of the ancients to the future of the environmental humanities with a detour via Romanticism.

Ecocriticism, ecology, and the cultures of antiquity. Lexington Books, Lanham, pp. Rigby, K 'Literature, ethics, and bushfire in the Anthropocene. Humanities for the environment: integrating knowledge, forging new constellations of practice. Routledge, London, pp. Handbook of ecocriticism and cultural ecology. De Gruyter, Berlin, pp. Rigby, K 'Ecopoetics. N and Gleason, W. A, eds. Keywords for environmental studies. Rigby, K 'Contact improvisation: dance with the Earth body you have. B, Gibson, K and Fincher, R, eds. Manifesto for living in the Anthropocene.

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Punctum Books, New York, pp. Rigby, K ''Come forth into the light of things': material spirit and negative ecopoetics. C, Asensi, M and Good, C, eds. Material spirit: religion and literature intranscendent. Fordham University Press, New York, pp. Rigby, K 'Animal calls. D, ed. Divinanimality: animal theory, creaturely theology. Rigby, K 'Romanticism and ecocriticism.

The Oxford handbook of ecocriticism. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. Rigby, K 'Writing after nature. Ecocriticism: the essential reader. Rigby, K 'Confronting catastrophe: ecocriticism in a warming world. The Cambridge companion to literature and the environment. Cambridge University Press, New York, pp. Rigby, K 'Learning to live on the Limestone Plains. Canberra red: stories from the bush capital.

Rigby, K 'The poetics of decolonisation: reading 'Carpentaria' in a feminist ecocritical frame. C and Opperman, S, eds. International perspectives in feminist ecocriticism. Routledge interdisciplinary perspectives on literature. Rigby, K 'Utopianism, dystopianism and ecological thought. H, ed. Utopia: social theory and the future. Rigby, K ''Das Erdbeben in Chili' and the romantic reframing of natural disaster. Wissensfiguren im Werk Heinrich von Kleists. Rombach, Freiburg, pp. Ecocritical theory: new European approaches. University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville, pp.

Rigby, K 'In a eucalypt forest. The face of the Earth: natural landscapes, science, and culture. University of California Press, Berkeley, pp. Ingbert, pp. Rigby, K 'Romancing the gift. Peter Lang, Bern, pp. Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, pp. Rigby, K ' K ein Klang der aufgeregten Zeit?

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