- Title Pages
- Introduction: The End of the Animal – Literary and Cultural Animalities
- Chapter 1 Each Time Unique: The Poetics of Extinction
- Chapter 2 Posthuman New York: Ground Zero of the Anthropocene
- Chapter 3 J. G. Ballard’s Dark Ecologies: Unsettling Nature, Animals, and Literary Tropes
- Chapter 4 Staging Humanimality: Patricia Piccinini and a Genealogy of Species Intermingling
- Chapter 5 “Sparks Would Fly”: Electricity and the Spectacle of Animality
- Chapter 6 The Nature of Birds, Women, and Cancer: Terry Tempest Williams’s <i>Refuge</i> and <i>When Women Were Birds</i>
- Chapter 7 Animality, Biopolitics, and <i>Umwelt</i> in Amitav Ghosh’s <i>The Hungry Tide</i>
- Chapter 8 Looking the Beast in the Eye: Re-animating Meat in Nordic and British Food Culture
- Chapter 9 Love Triangle with Dog: <i>Whym Chow</i>, the “Michael Fields,” and the Poetic Potential of Human-Animal Bonds
- Chapter 10 Bestial Humans and Sexual Animals: Zoophilia in Law and Literature
- Notes on Contributors
- Michael Lundblad
- Edinburgh University Press
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