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Volume 1 Issue 2

July 2014

Interpersonal Relationship between Man and Nature in John Steinbeck’s To a God Unknown
Ms. K. S. Anbu Malar, 
Faculty of English, 
Amalorpavam Higher Secondary School, 
Puducherry, Pondicherry, India
It is an undisputed truth that man is part of Nature and not the reverse. The history of any literature in the world begins with man — Nature relationship. In all writings of different phases of civilization through the ages, whether it is an essential part of a work of art or an embellishment of descriptive component, Nature has often been resorted to for comparisons and contrasts between the human temperaments and the seasonal temperaments of the omnipotent Nature. Man appears to have conquered Nature but it has been proved beyond doubt that Nature is invincible.
John Steinbeck; To a God Unknown; Interpersonal Relationship; God-Man Relationship; Nature.
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