<b>Ecological Sensibility and the Experience of Nature in 20th c. French Literature</b> // Sensibilidad ecológica y la experiencia de la naturaleza en la literatura francesa del s.XX

  • Walter Wagner University of Vienna
Keywords: Environmental ethics, environmental aesthetics, antimodernism, wilderness, Romanticism / Ética medioambiental, estética medioambiental, antimodernismo, naturaleza, Romanticismo

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Author Biography

Walter Wagner, University of Vienna

University of Vienna, Austria

wwprealpes@aon.at

Walter Wagner is a lecturer in Comparative Literature at the University of Vienna. He holds an M.A. in French and English and a PhD in French Literature from the University of Salzburg, as well as a DEA in Comparative Literature from the University of Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle. He has published widely on twentieth-century French literature, especially ecocriticism; his academic book publications are La conception de l’amour-amitié dans l’œuvre de de Saint-Exupéry (1996), and “Franzose wäre ich gern gewesen.” Zur Rezeption französischer Literatur bei Thomas Bernhard (1999). He has also published literature, viz. Westbahn. Skizzen (short stories, 2001), sternen und stimmen. lyrik (poetry, 2008), and jählings verstrichen (poetry, 2010).

Published
2014-03-20
Section
Articles: General Section