Ecological Perspectives of Earnest Hemingway with especial reference to Cat in the Rain and A Canary for One

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Shri Sunil Uttam Fulsawange


Environmental concerns and issues associated with it affect people across the globe, the universe. Nature and literature have always worked in close affinity as found in writers down the ages. Ecocriticism is the study of the relationship between nature and human nature. It explores the relationships between literature and the environment. Man is part of the Nature. Literature and art influence human life. Human life too influences the art and literature. Ecocriticism redefines our relationship with the environment and Nature. It identifies roots of the problem of ecological crisis in relationship of the society with nature and the structure of the society with in Eco-criticism is relatively a newly developed literary theory as well as criticism. This paper focuses on ecocritical analysis of the short stories of Hemingway through various perspectives. Ernest Hemingway is one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century, widely known as novelist but he produced master pieces of short stories. However, he is well known short story writer but he is less studied as short story writer.


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Shri Sunil Uttam Fulsawange. “Ecological Perspectives of Earnest Hemingway With Especial Reference to Cat in the Rain and A Canary for One”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 2, no. 3, Aug. 2017, pp. 279-86,
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