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MAN AND NATURE: VICTIMIZING EACH OTHER AN ECOCRITICAL ANALYSIS OF AMITAV GHOSH’S THE HUNGRY TIDE

BANDARI SUVARNA

Assistant Professor of English,

Government Degree College Warangal,

Telangana, india.

bandarisuvarna819@gmail.com

 

 

 

ABSTRACT

There is always an interdependent and inexplicable bond between Man and Nature. Karl Marks says “man lives from nature and must maintain a continuing dialogue with it if he is not to die”. But the recent era stands as a solid witness to a curious paradoxical bond between Man and Nature: Nature being the victim of man and as a result, Man being the victim of Nature, this is a kind of vicious cycle in which Nature as well as Man got trapped in. The harmony between Man and Nature has been gradually destabilized by the cunning interventions of neocolonial and neocapital tendencies, which form the negative side of Globalization, giving way to a modern man, who forgoes his reverence for Nature and wants to stamp his superiority over Nature.

journal of english

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