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'Poetry has always been the song that is imprinted in human culture, and equally importantly the song that we learn from the natural world. What can happen to poetry, what might happen to poetry, where are poetry's songs, in a world where nature could be overwhelmed by the over-consumption of resources, and where nature itself might become unrecognisable through the effects of our inventiveness on its integrity. Is ecopoetry a form of elegy or a vision into the future? Or, perhaps even more interestingly, is it a glimpse of an enduring position that humans have had over many thousands of years?' (Author's abstract)

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    y separately published work icon PAN no. 7 2010 Z1796118 2010 periodical issue 2010 pg. 94-100
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