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Posts tagged ‘Ecocriticism’

An Ecocritical and Postcolonial Approach to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s ‘Purple Hibiscus’

By Narendra Mule & Morve Roshan
For a meaningful engagement with Adichie’s novel, Purple Hibiscus, it is important to analyze it through the prism of ecocriticism. This is one of those postcolonial novels that recognize ecological issues as an antidote to the rhetoric of global dominance and puts nature at the centre of global discourse.

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Ecocriticism in Byron’s ‘Darkness’

By Ioannes P. Chountis
Byron presents a vision, a dream of an 'icy Earth', a very peculiar theme for its age. In the aftermath of this catastrophe we read about wars on a global scale, cities on fire and complete desolation.

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