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This article will explore how degrowth imaginaries inform the representation of social reproduction and environmental collapse in Jenni Fagan's The Sunlight Pilgrims (2016) and John Burnside's Havergey (2017). It will argue that the two novels deploy the trope of the end of times to frame the unravelling of the world-ecology that binds capital and nature together in the Capitalocene, according to Jason Moore. They suggest that this is what makes possible, and necessary, a re-organisation ofdoi:10.3390/h8020104 fatcat:i4rr33gvdveqnbaonljwflxmgm