Reweighing Romanticism through Ecocriticism in Dr. KV Raghupathi's WorksJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 12)
Publication Date: 2021-12-05
Authors : H. M. Deva Kumar; P. Sreeramulu;
Page : 389-394
Keywords : Ecocriticism; Romanticism; Nature; Environment; Literature;
Ecocriticism is a modern philosophy of art or literary analysis. Green criticism is a branch of criticism that looks at literature from the point of view of nature. When the environment is a big subject, Ecocriticism grows in popularity quickly. The current article looks at how the study of nature changes over time, from Romanticism to Ecocriticism, and how Ecocriticism becomes a modified form of Romanticism. There is an almost two-hundred-year interval between the motions. However, certain parallels support the idea that Ecocriticism represents a more extensive reconsideration of Romanticism. Ecocriticism's rudiments may be found in the poetry of Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Southey, Clare, and many other romantic writers. The goal of this paper is to look into the eco-critical practices of Romantic literature in general.
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