Drawing extensively from anthropology, semiotics, sociological concerns and recent research in human geography and environmentalism, with particular attention to the categories of 'our places' and 'places of others' and to the binary opposions between known/unknown, garden/jungle, indoors/outdoors, closed/opern, the essay offers a detailed analysis of E.M. Forster's first short story, The Story of a Panic. The final part of the essay discusses the story focusing on the use of Pagan and Christian names.
|Titolo:||E.M. Forster: 'The Story of a Panic': An Anthropological Reading,|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 - Articolo su rivista|