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  • Epicureanism and the poetics of consumption 

    Wood, Dawn (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010-07)
    Consumption, ‘to use up, to destroy’, is a dirty word. It conjures piles of rubbish; it suggests an extravagant attitude. We, each one of us hoping to be a unique, careful individual, can feel offended at being referred ...
  • Making a third place: the science and the poetry of husbandry 

    Wood, Sandra Dawn; Wood, Dawn (Abertay University Templar Poetry School of Contemporary Science, 2008-11-28)
    It locally contains or heaven, or hell; There’s no third place in’t. (Webster 1993) Husbandry in its original sense is a ‘being together’, based on dwelling in a particular place. There is an intricate connection ...