Environmental, Cultural and Humanistic Perspectives in the Poetry of Robert Frost, Kazuyosi Ikeda and Syed Ameeruddin

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  • Ram Avadh Prajapati Research Scholar, Department of English & MEL The University of Allahabad, Prayagraj, UP University of Allahabad image/svg+xml

Keywords:

Ecocriticsm, Culture, Humanism, Ecophobia, Environment, New Culture

Abstract

The modern world has witnessed radical changes in all sorts of discourses. Different kinds of changes in environment, culture and humanistic approach have brought relevant dimensions in literature. The points are quite interesting, contemporary, burning and have masculine, vital and thought-provoking concerns. Everyone is running after ease and comfort forgetting the importance of nature and environment. This can be reiterated in the words of William Wordsworth that getting and spending we are busy in wasting our powers, health, knowledge, wisdom, human feelings. Further, he says that we have lost all our sensibilities to realize the relevance and grateful towards nature. Actually, we do not even realize the importance of nature in our life. The paper explores the concept of environmental, cultural and humanistic concerns in the poetry of Robert Frost, Kazuyosi Ikeda and Syed Ameeruddin.

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Published

2019-10-31

How to Cite

Ram Avadh Prajapati. (2019). Environmental, Cultural and Humanistic Perspectives in the Poetry of Robert Frost, Kazuyosi Ikeda and Syed Ameeruddin. The Creative Launcher, 4(4), 67–71. Retrieved from https://www.thecreativelauncher.com/index.php/tcl/article/view/268