Ecocritical Analysis in Sheri Stewart Tepper’s The Margarets and Amitav Ghosh’s Gun Island.
S. Mary Sheryl, Dr.K.S.Saradhambal
Science, ecocriticism, nature, population, environmental degradation.
Eco criticism is the study of the connection between the earth and literature. It has been a constantly evolving academic field that addresses the topic of the human relationship with the environment. The studies on humanities have conveyed that if the population increases without any restraint, then the world will be on the edge of environmental upheaval. The rising threat to humanity from unceasing misuse of the ecosystem has seized the attention of the writers. They created awareness among the people and enhanced the consequence they have to face of environmental degradation. Sheri Stewart Tepper, a science fiction American writer, and Amitav Ghosh have focused on how to save humankind and nature from the danger of destruction in their works. This paper intends to examine the different approaches towards nature in Tepper’s The Margarets and Ghosh’s Gun Island and accentuate their different thoughts. Both authors have employed the idea of retrieving nature in their works.
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Unique Paper ID: 161597

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 5

Page(s): 138 - 141
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