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Volume 2 Issue 12

June 2015

Man and Nature: An Ecocritical Study of Wordsworth’s Poems
Mr. Subhadip Konar, 
Junior Research Fellow, 
Department of English, 
Burdwan University, 
Burdwan, West Bengal, India

Mr. Debayan Banerjee, 
Department of English, 
Gourbanga University, 
Kamarpukur, West Bengal, India
In the postmodern age man has used nature according to his own will denying the independent entity of it. But the ecocritics have revolted against this notion of man vis-a-vis nature. They have argued and propagated the indispensable existence of ‘independent’ nature. The Romantics, especially Wordsworth was a votary of nature. His literature bears the testimony of his love, respect and gratitude towards nature. How nature shapes the individual human mind has been the locus of his literary ventures. The present paper will be served to evaluate and asses the poetry of Wordsworth from ecocritical perspective.
Nature; Ecocriticism; Human soul and mind.
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