Ecocriticism in the Fiction of Raja Rao

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Pramod Kumar


Now-a-days the literary critics pay attention on study and analysis of the strong bond between nature and society. Ecology and Ecocriticism are the significant aspects for the literary study and research. Ecology or environmental study is the center of attraction for literary personalities as well as the need of time. People are becoming conscious about the environment. Environment balance is the very important in this globalize world. Therefore, so many plans/schemes are being launched for saving the environment-conscious. The present paper seeks to outline eco-critical examination to the relevance and presence of the non-human to human environment and vice-versa in the fiction of Raja Rao.


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Pramod Kumar. “Ecocriticism in the Fiction of Raja Rao”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 5, no. 2, June 2020, pp. 134-40, doi:10.53032/tcl.2020.5.2.16.


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