Where Literature and Science Meet: The Earthy Writing of Jean-Loup Trassard
Jean-Loup Trassard has published more than forty books over the past 50 years. Despite the diverse generic and stylistic diversity of his work, he has remained constant in his effort to depict the rural way of life. Himself a lifelong inhabitant of an agricultural area in the northwest of France, his fiction, nonfiction and photography bear witness to the many changes that have affected our relationship to the earth over the same period. The global significance of the ecological themes that traverse his writings is presented here in English for the first time. More specifically, this ecocritical study examines the ecological implications of Trassard’s literary and photographic production through the lens of science. Unexpected convergences between disciplines foster a deeper appreciation of the endeavors of each and their capacity for mutual enrichment.
King Tlaktal of New Tepek instills fear beyond measure in his enemies, and his reputation as a predator and madman amongst his fellow nobility is not wholly unwarranted. Men and women alike have disappeared or died under mysterious circumstances within the confines of his court, and if not for his cunning and malice, he might have found himself…
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