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She was co-director of the Research Network on Postcolonialism in German Literaturefounded by German Research Foundation and is currently co-editing a book on German Postcolonialism. The key conflict in the story embodies conflicting concepts of nature – anthropocentric vs.

Article Tools Print this article. Contrasting reviews have described the novel as either enlightening or pseudo-religious. Email the author Login required.

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Post a Comment Login required. The concepts of a ‘tragic’ and a ‘comical apocalypse’ correspond to the double closure which first features a show-down, the annihilation of the ‘bad’ characters, and then, in the epilogue, a warning message delivered by a ‘good’ character sctzing confirms – in contrast to, for example, Michael Crichton’s State of Fear – the ongoing environmental crisis.

Keywords Ecothriller, disaster narrative, science fiction, apocalypse, environmental crisis. User Username Password Remember me.

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Ecocritical research has identified these narrative patterns as characteristic of contemporary environmental literature. How to cite item.

She has published numerous articles on literary anthropology, German travel literature, and postdramatic theatre. In The Swarmthe apocalyptical rhetoric fulfils the double function of providing thrill and xia to the readers and warning them about imminent environmental peril, thereby combining conventions from the two genres of eco-thriller and science fiction.

The narrative embraces various scientific fields, for example the depiction of a network in contrast to swarm theory. Although the epilogue extensively appeals to the human ability to rethink attitudes towards nature, the novel’s support for environmental concerns is limited, not only because this message remains rather abstract but also because the vision of a reconciled, pseudo-religious ecosystem quinfo a holistic superorganism has a highly di meaning for humanity.


Email this article Login required. This ambivalence is the effect of various strategies employed to popularise scientific knowledge in the novel.