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Under the Hibiscus: An eco-critical reading of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s postcolonial novels
(University of the Western Cape, 2019)
literature, music and culture”. As this statement suggests, ecocriticism is concerned with more than the representation of environmental questions in literature. It provides a way of examining the intersections and ...
The postcolonial aesthetics of beauty, nature and form: Reading the glass palace, the hungry tide and the shadow lines by Amitav Ghosh
(University of Western Cape, 2020)
One can think of an aesthetic as one’s artistic mode and purpose. The aesthetic is differently foregrounded in each of Ghosh’s three selected novels: in the first novel studied, aesthetic concerns are linked with beauty. ...