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Title: Towards An Eco Poetic Vision Of The Poetic Works Of Agha Shahid Ali And Sylvia Plath A Comparative Study
Researcher: Pala, Aadil Muzafar
Guide(s): Kaur, Zameerpal
Keywords: Agha Shahid Ali, Desert Landscape, Ecocriticism, Ecopoetics, Ecopsychology, Environment, Mashrooms, Nature, Narrative, Snow Man, Sylvia Plath, Tulips.
Arts and Humanities,Literature,Literary Theory and Criticism
University: Central University of Punjab
Completed Date: 01/08/2019
Abstract: iii newlineABSTRACT newlineTowards an Eco-Poetic Vision of the Poetic Works of Agha Shahid Ali and newlineSylvia Plath: A Comparative Study newlineName of student newline: Aadil Muzafar Pala newlineRegistration Number newline: CUPB/Mph-PhD/SLLC/CPL/2013-14/14 newlineDegree for which: newline: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) newlineName of supervisor newline: Dr. Zameerpal Kaur newlineDepartment newline: Department of Languages and newlineComparative Literature newlineSchool of Studies : School of Languages, Literature and newlineCulture newlineKey Words:- Agha Shahid Ali, Desert Landscape, Ecocriticism, Ecopoetics, newlineEcopsychology, Environment, Mashrooms, Nature, Narrative, Snow Man, Sylvia newlinePlath, Tulips. newlineThe environmental problems became of supreme importance with the dawn newlineof twenty first century. These issues which are faced by both biosphere and human newlinelife are flourishing at an alarming speed and are posing a threat to the life newlineproportions upon the earth. There was a time when man was considered as having newlinea close relationship with his surroundings and was nurtured and nourished by it, newlinebut with the passage of time man came under the influences of many newly newlineintroduced experiences and philosophies that altogether changed the vision of the newlinecivilisations towards anthropocentrism. Human being began to develop egotism newlinewhich ultimately paved way for him to think himself as superior to the entire visible newlineworld and hence exploit it to meet his own ends. This new idea replaced man s newlineearlier thinking of being sentimental towards his survival without the presence of newlinethe nature. Nature by no means can be treated as a pleasure giving property to the newlinehuman being rather it is the precondition for his very survival and prosperity. With newlinethe gradual growth of human civilisations on the earth the plundering and newlineexploitation of the natural resources significantly increased by man s selfglorification newlineand self-indulgence by destroying the trees for his shelter and for newlineiv newlineindustry, devastating the beautiful landscapes replacing them with the setting up of newlineindustrial establishments, roads, buildings etc. newlineEcocrticism is an approach to spread awareness and p
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