Animal Bodies, Renaissance Culture

Animal Bodies, Renaissance Culture

Hardback244pp Illustrated235x160mm

9780812245363     Product Code: 505643


Discussing familiar animals – horses, sheep, dogs, cats, rats and moles – in the literary contexts of Renaissance works including Hamlet, Utopia and Romeo and Juliet, Karen Raber argues that ‘there is no such thing as human identity, history, culture, without the prior cooperation, collaboration, habitation, ideological appropriation, consumption of animals, without animals as the "always already" of both materiality and culture itself.’

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