(2013). Animist realism in indigenous novels and other literature.
In: Harvey, Graham ed.
Handbook of Contemporary Animism.
Durham: Acumen Publishing.
Discussion of animist realism (assumption that the world is animate, a multispecies community of communicative persons), developing the argument of Harry Garuba. Makes use of a wide range of indigenous novels, some poetry, and other recent literature written by African, Native American, Maori and other indigenous authors.
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