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||Burn marks and biography (guiding metaphors) -- Revelation's personality (the earth and the future in an Apocalyptic ecology) -- Revelation's ancestors (an ecological alternative in the context of Hellenistic war) -- Revelation's upbringing (critique of empire and its ecological components) -- Revelation's career (environmental entanglement in illuminated manuscripts) -- Revelation's legacy (endings and beginnings).
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 133-148) and index.|
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