HUMAN ADAPTABILITY TO CHANGING ENVIRONMENT: A STUDY OF VASSANJI’S NO NEW LAND
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MRS.V.SANGEETHA , N.SOUNDHARYA
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Man has been taking note of the changes in the environment and its effect on himself and other living things. And today, when rapid changes in the surroundings are taking place, it is of primary importance that prepares him to obtain the impact suitably and not to be blown over by the “Future Shock”. Rather, he should be capable of converting the changes to his environment. Geographically and historically Canada is a fascinating country, offering its artist a variety of landscape as backdrops, a desirable mixture of races and cultures to provide an indefinite number of themes with suitable ambiences. Anybody interested in making an in-depth study of any part of Canadian literature should keep in mind Taine’s formula, le race, le milieu, le moment. The formula is applicable to Canadian writing. Canada with its immigrant laws extends a warm welcome to adventurous to those who are enterprising and willing to find their place in this land and make their contribution to its prosperity. Canada can be proud of Anglo-Saxon and French people. Though off and on they are at each other’s throats and through politicians talk of partition of two Canadas, the reality is that there has been fusion going on for quite a long time. To use biological language, if we call them energetic people working for a great country, the energy is partly due to hybrid vigour.
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Unique Paper ID: 147545

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 9

Page(s): 41 - 43
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