1. Introduction: Ecocriticism and Ecocivilization in the Confucian Cultural Environment
  2. Ning Wang
  3. pp. 729-740
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  1. Commentary
  2. Karen Thornber, Sheldon Lu
  3. pp. 741-748
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  1. Delving Into a World of Non-Human Experience: Unnatural Narrative and Ecological Critique of Chen Yingsong's The Last Dance of a Leopard
  2. Biwu Shang
  3. pp. 749-760
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  1. The Last "Hero" and Jia Pingwa's Ecological Concerns in Remembering Wolves
  2. Weihua He
  3. pp. 761-772
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  1. Toward a Holistic Ecofeminism: A Chinese Perspective
  2. Qingqi Wei
  3. pp. 773-786
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  1. Nature and Ethnic Women: An Ecofeminist Reading of Chi Zijian's The Last Quarter of the Moon and Linda Hogan's Solar Storms
  2. Lanlan Du
  3. pp. 787-798
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  1. An Ecofeminist Perspective on Sylvia Plath and Zhai Yongming
  2. Xiaohong Zhang
  3. pp. 799-811
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  1. Re-interpreting Dao De Jing from an Ecological Perspective
  2. Jinghui Wang
  3. pp. 812-823
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  1. Is Man Superior to Animals? A Comparative Reading of Animals in Biblical Narratives and Chinese Classic Texts
  2. Luofu Ye
  3. pp. 824-836
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  1. Animal Narrative and the Dis-eventalization of Politics: An Ecological–Cultural Approach to Mo Yan's Life and Death are Wearing me Out
  2. Chengzhou He
  3. pp. 837-850
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  1. From Rice to Apple-Pear Style: An Ecocritical Approach to China's Korean Ethnic Minority Literature
  2. Yuming Piao
  3. pp. 851-863
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  1. Speculating Extinction: Eco-Accidents, Solastalgia, and Object Lessons in Wu Ming-Yi's The Man with the Compound Eyes
  2. Robin Chen-Hsing Tsai
  3. pp. 864-876
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  1. Semiotics of Disaster: Writing in the Aftermath of Japan's 3/11
  2. Tong King Lee
  3. pp. 877-890
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  1. Introduction
  2. Thomas O. Beebee, Ranjan Ghosh, J. Hillis Miller
  3. p. 891
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  1. Toward Transcultural Theory
  2. Laurent Dubreuil
  3. pp. 892-896
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  1. There is no Middle Road/That is Itself the Middle Way
  2. Andrew Way Leong
  3. pp. 897-905
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  1. Deconstruction and the Transcultural Uncanny
  2. Nicholas Royle
  3. pp. 906-912
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  1. Dissensus, Irony, Dialectic
  2. Marshall Brown
  3. pp. 913-920
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  1. Thinking Thinking Literature Across Continents Across Generations
  2. R. Radhakrishnan, Ragini Tharoor Srinivasan
  3. pp. 921-939
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  1. Response
  2. J. Hillis Miller
  3. pp. 940-952
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  1. Jugalbandi
  2. Ranjan Ghosh
  3. pp. 953-962
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