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Çıraklı, M. Z., & Karmakar, G. (2023). Epistemology and (de)colonial ecology: Capitalism, Anthropocene, and literature of the Global South. Journal of Narrative and Language Studies, 11(21), i-ix. Retrieved from https://nalans.com/index.php/nalans/article/view/741