An Eco-Critical Analysis of Amitav Ghosh’s novel “The Hungry Tide”

K. Umakiran


Nature and literature have always close relationships as is evidenced in the works of poets and other writers down the ages in all cultures. Literature does not float above life and it has role to play. Many poets and novelists have become environment and eco-conscious. They used nature as landscape and as beautiful and lively atmosphere such as R.K Narayan, Jayanthi Mahapatra etc. But writers like Amitav Ghosh, Bhattacharya, and Kiran Desai have dealt the subject matter with environmental concern. They focus their attention on value of eco-balance and environmental concern. They advocated balanced co-relation between nature and mankind.

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