L’omeostasi a rovescio: Berci Kristin çöp Mǎsallari di Latife Tekin

Diego Salvadori


This article investigates Latife Tekin’s novel Berci Kristin Cop Masallari from a double viewpoint: on the one hand, we want to demonstrate how this novel is a tale of marginality, pointing out the downtown/suburbs relationship; on the other – adopting an ecocritical approach – the article will focus on the role of garbage in the story, especially the constant exchange between human bodies and toxic agents.


Comparative literature; ecocriticism; garbage; Latife Tekin; material ecocriticism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/LEA-1824-484x-20044

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