Fire and snow : climate fiction from the inklings to Game of thrones / Marc DiPaolo.

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Published: Albany : State University of New York Press, 2018.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction. Reclaiming Enemy-Occupied Territory: Saving Middle-earth, Narnia, Westeros, Panem, Endor, and Gallifrey
  • Star Wars, Hollywood Blockbusters, and the Cultural Appropriation of J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Of Treebeard, C.S. Lewis, and the Aesthetics of Christian Environmentalism
  • The Time Lord, the Daleks, and the Wardrobe
  • Noah's Ark Revisited: 2012 and Magic Lifeboats for the Wealthy
  • Race and Disaster Capitalism in Parable of the Sower, The Strain, and Elysium
  • Eden Revisited: Ursula K. Le Guin, St. Francis, and the Ecofeminist Storytelling Model
  • MaddAddam and The Handmaid's Tale: Margaret Atwood and Dystopian Science Fiction as Current Events
  • Ur-Fascism and Populist Rebellions in Snowpiercer and Mad Max: Fury Road
  • Tolkien's Kind of Catholic: Suzanne Collins, Empathy, and The Hunger Games
  • The Cowboy and Indian Alliance: Collective Action Against Climate Change in A Song of Ice and Fire and Star Trek
  • What Next? Robert Crumb's "A Short History of America" and Ending the Game of Thrones
  • Epilogue. Who Owns the Legacy of J.R.R. Tolkien?