An Anglophone Focus on Cultural Climate Change
Introduction to the Special Section “Changing the (Cultural) Climate with Ecocriticism and Ecolinguistics”
Keywords:Keywords, Italian, Language, Literature, Culture
Introduction to the special section “Changing the (Cultural) Climate with Ecocriticism and Ecolinguistics.“
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