Chapter in:Nordic Utopias and Dystopias: From Aniara to Allatta!
Edited by Pia Maria Ahlbäck, Jouni Teittinen and Maria Lassén-Seger
[FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures 17] 2022
► pp. 181–196
Harry Martinson’s Aniara as a Menippean satire for the Anthropocene
- Nuclear threat and destruction
- Mima, Mimaroben and Isagel
- An end and perhaps a beginning
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