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Did you know that if you read only poetry and poetry criticism for more than a month at a time your eyelids will fall off? Pretty scary. I’ve come close, but I’m happy to say that I’ve avoided that fate, and not (or not only) by reading the women’s Final Four: also just finished the in the “Science in the Capital” trilogy by and either it’s really first-rate, or I am the ideal reader for a novel about global climate change in which Washington, DC gets hit by big floods. Or both!
It’s got a witty– but by no means optimistic– ending, and has me scurrying to the second novel in the triad; if you want a short, optimistic look at one way to solve a very big political-cultural problem (though not global climate change) check out this from India (and from Indian expats). It seems to work!
And if you want to see ecocriticism done entertainingly and reasonably and in a way that might actually interest “lay readers” and American historians (not just professional literary criticism), check out about how we see (or don’t see) what goes on in the National Parks.