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VOLUME IX ,ISSUE V,MAY-2020-SP

 

1.NATURE, THE NURTURER IN EMILY DICKINSON'S "A BIRD CAME DOWN THE WALK"
   P. Serene Sathya, Dr. K. Vijila ;St. John's College, Palayamkottai
   page no: 1-5
   DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.00098

 

2.Dissolution of Eco-hubris in Ganapati Bappa
   K. Mary Elizabeth , Dr. P. Mary Vidya Porselvi ;Loyola College
   Page no : 6-11
   DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.00099

 

3.ECO CONCERN IN THE SELECT POEMS OF A.D HOPE
   P.Nandhini;Angappa college of Arts and Science
   Page no : 7-18
   DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000100

 

4.Environmental Degradation and Political Power Struggles in Michael Dobbs’ The Final Cut
   Suhash. S,Dr. L Judith Sophia;Scott Christian College (Autonomous)
   Page no : 19-24
   DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000101

 

5.Celebration of Ecological Glory in Mamang Dai’s The Legends of Pensam and Sally Morgan’s My Place
   B. AbishHenry ,Dr L. Judith Sophia;Scott Christian College (Autonomous) Nagercoil -3
   Page no : 25-30
   DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000102


6.Delineate Ecological Imperialism and Ecocide in Amitav Ghosh’s The Ibis Trilogy
  K. Jeyarathinam;Sri Ram Nallamani Yadava College of Arts and Science
  Page no : 31-37
  DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000103


7.An Eco-Feministic Study of Marikolanthu in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe’
   Dr.C.Chellappan;Madurai Kamaraj University
   Page no : 38-40
   DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000104


8.Ecological Crisis and Eco-feministic Issues in Terry Tempest Williams’ “Refugee: An Unnatural History of Family and Place”
   B.Thangamarimuthu;Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Constituent College, Nagalapuram.
   Page no : 41-43
   DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000105

 

9.A study of the Bodo women: Shakti and Prakriti in context of conflicts in Bodoland
   Ms. Rumi Roy;Vivekananda School of Law and Legal Studies
   Page no : 44-49
   DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000106


10.Ecological Friction: An Environmental Study of Pankaj Sekhsaria’s The Last Wave An Island Novel
     R.S. Suganth1*, Dr R. Jinu2; Department of English, Noorul Islam Centre for Higher Education,Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India.
     Page no : 50-55
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000107

 

11.An Envoronmental Realization In Don Delillo's White Noise
     E.LATHA,Dr.K. Valayapathi;Sri Ram Nallamani Yadhav College of Arts & Science ,  Kodikurichi
     Page no : 56-61
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000108


12.Role of forests: an Ecophilosophical study of Indian Mythic Fiction
     Mrs.K.Nisha,Dr.M.P.Anuja;Sri Parasakthi College for Women, Courtallam.
     Page no : 62-66
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000109


13.Manifestation of Eco life in Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story
     Mrs.K.Kalaivani,Sivakasi;Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College
     Page no : 67-71
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000110


14.REINTEGRATING HUMAN AND NATURE: AN ECOCRITICAL READING OF BARBARA KINGSOLVER’S PRODIGAL SUMMER: A NOVEL
     Athira J S ;St. Aloysious College Mangalore University
    Page no : 72-77
    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000111


15.Envisioning the Ramifications of Ecocide in Sarah Joseph’s Gift in Green
     Mr. Y. Jiny Amos,Dr. A. Nisha;Scott Christian College (Autonomous)
     Page no : 78-83
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000112


16.Topic: An Ecoethical (Re) reading of the Visual Narrations in The Pied Piper of Hamelin and Aravindan’s Kummatty
     Reenu S John, Dr.P.Mary Vidya Porselvi;Loyola College
     Page no : 84-90
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000113

 

17.Daughters of Land : An Ecofeminist Interpretation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun
     A. ANNIE DIVYA MAHISHA,DR. V. ASHA KUMARI;Muslim Arts College, Thiruvithancode.
    Page no : 91-96
    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000114


18.SURFACING ON THE HYMNS OF GOD'S GARDENERS: A STUDY ON ECOCRITICAL PERSPECTIVE IN THE NOVEL THE YEAR OF THE FLOOD
    Jovita James;Government Arts and Science CollegeElamkunnapuzha
    Aileen Joseph N;MES College Marampally.
    Page no : 97-104
    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000115

 

19.A SCINTILLA OF NATURE MERGED WITH MYSTERY IN AGATHA CHRISTIE’S DEATH ON THE NILE
     Mariappan Gnana Bharathi,Dr.S.Karthika;Sri Parasakthi College for Women, Courtallam.
     Page no : 105-110
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000116


20.An Eco-critical Exploration of the Concepts of Wilderness and the Scenic Sublime in John Milton’s Paradise Lost Book- IV
     Dr. M.P. Anuja;Sri Parasakthi College for Women
     Page no : 111-117
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000117

 

21.An Eco-Critical and Eco-dystopian Approach to Cormac McCarthy’s The Road
     Ms. M.L. Eileen Brisha,Dr. M. Sagaya Sophia;Govt. Arts & Science College for Women
     Page no : 119-126
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000118

 

22.Mesh and Anthropogenic activities in Anita Desai’s “Fire on the Moutain”
     Mrs.S.Durga;St.Joseph College of Arts and Science.
     Page no : 127-134
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000119

 

23.The Eternal Motherly Affection, Power and Wisdom : The Eco Feminine Attributes in The Women of Brewster Place, Mama Day and Bailey’s Cafe
     D.J.B. Esther Rajathi;St.Johns College, Palayamkottai
     Dr. P.Bala Shanmuga Devi;APC Mahalaxmi College,Tutucorin
     Page no : 135-140
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000120

 

24.Eco Poetics: Deciphering the Catastrophic Episodes in Nature Portrayed in the Select Poems of Mario Petrucci
     A.Pavithra;Thiagarajar College
     Page no : 141-147
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000121

 

25.Amitav Ghosh’s Novels: A Discourse on Realms of Nationalism and Trans- Nationalism
     Dr.Meetu Bhatia Kapur;Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
     Page no : 148-153
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000122

 

26.Decoding the Psychohistory Of lands (Women) from the politicized reality
     N. Krithika;Pachaiyappas College
     Page no : 154-158
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000123


27.Changing Contours of Nature and Human Condition: A Reading of Monkey-Man by Usha K. R.
     Dr. Shiv Kumar;Banaras Hindu University
     Page no : 159-165
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000124


28.Nature and Its Implication on Tribal Society in Mahasweta Devi’ s The Armenian Champa Tree
     Dr. K. R. Athista;Madurai Kamaraj University
     Page no : 166-172
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000125


29.An Eco feminist Analysis in Robert Frost’s West Running Brook
     F.J Guvin Felcida;Annai Velankani College
     Page no : 173-176
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000126


30.A Postmodern Crime: Carl Hiaasen’s Depiction of Environmental Frauds in Native Tongue
    C.MOTHILAL DINESH,Dr. D. JOCKIM;St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous)
    Page no : 177-182
    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000127

 

31.Nature Surpassing the Malignant Fate of Man in Jack London’s ‘To Build a Fire’
     Arunya S;Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences
     Page no : 183-187
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000128


32.The Co-Existence between Man and Nature in Death of a Salesman: An EcologicalPerspective
     A.RATHI PRABHA,DR.P. BOOMIRAJA;Sriram Nallamani Yadhava College, Kodikurichi
     Page no : 184-192
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000129


33.Revolutionising Individual Identity Endorsed by Natural Habitations in Thoreau’s“Walden”
     S. Dhivya;Holy Cross Home Science College, Thoothukudi
     Page no : 193-196
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000130

 

34.Ecofeminism and Eco Ethics in English Literature
     R.Veeralakshmi @ Rohini;Sri Ram Nallamani Yadava College of Arts and Science
     Page no : 197-199
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000131

 

35.Of Cornucopian Humans and Unforgiving Waters: An Eco-ethical Analysis of Paolo Bacigalupi’s The Water Knife.
     Sanchar Sarkar;Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
     Page no :200-205
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000132


36.From an Ingenious Culture to a Barbaric Civilisation: An Eco-ethical Study of Sarah Joseph’s Gift in Green
    Sadhna Swayamsidha;Indian Institute of Technology
    Page no :206-210
    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000133


37.Interpreting the Confluence of Eco-feminism and Indian Literature in the Literary Creative of Vandana Shiva
     Dr. Aditi Abhishikta;BITS
     Page no :211-216
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000134

 

38.Ecological Aspects in Amitav Ghosh’s “The Hungry Tide”
     Ms. D. Gayathri Devi;Hajee Karutha Rowther Howdia College
     Ms. D. Gayathri Devi;Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College
     Page no :217-222
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000135

 

39.An Ecocritical Analysis to Disclose the Darkness in Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights
     Ms C Rosy;St. John’s College
     Page no :223-226
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000136


40.Eco Criticism: Deprivation of Wilderness in Kate Grenville’s The Secret River
     J. Beulah,Dr. Anita Albert;V. O. Chidambaram College
     Page no :227-232
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000137


41.Caring about Nature is Curing the Future: Ecofeministic Ethics in Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve
     Dr. R. Princee;St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous)
     Page no :233-238
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000138


42.Sarojini Naidu as a Poet of Good Things in Life-An Assessment
     Dr. C.S. HONNEGOWDA;JSS College of Arts and Commerce
     Page no :239-242
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000139

 

43.Istanbul and the Boza Seller in the Novel A Strangeness in My Mind
    Ms. R.Vadivukarasi,Dr.C. Geetha;A.P.C.Mahalaxmi College for Women
    Page no :243-245
    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000140


44.Nature as an Important Backdrop: A Reading of Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide through the Lens of Ecocriticism
     Dr. P. Kulalmolial;Dr. P. Kulalmolial
     Page no :246-252
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000141


45.Eco-Feminism in the Selected Works of Vandana Shiva
     V. V. Gurucharan;BS&H, BITS, Visakhapatnam
     Page no :253-259
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000142


46.The Naturalization of Women and the Feminization of Nature in the novel The Vegetarian by Han Kang
     Linet John;Stella Maris College, Chennai
     Page no :260-265
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000143

 

47.Nature and Women: Ecofeminist Discourses in The Mistress of Spices by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
     Jovan Jose;Stella Maris College
     Page no :266-271
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000144   


48.Unearthing the Consumed: An Ecofeminist Reading of Arthur Conan Doyle's The Dancing Men
     Hancy Varghese P;Stella Maris College, Chennai
     Page no :272-276
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000145

   
49.Eco Critical Perspectives in the Novel The Hungry Tide by Amitav Gosh
     Vinnarasi D Almeida. J;V. O. Chidambaram College,Thoothukudi
     Page no :277-281
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000146


50.Eco-Feminism in Barbara Kingsolver’s Prodigal Summer
     Monica. S;V. O. Chidambaram College
     Page no :282-286
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000147


51.Evacuation and Expulsion: The Tribes of Arun Joshi’s The Strange Case of Billy Biswas
     Dr. P. Bala Shanmuga Devi,Ms. K.S. Anushya;A.P.C. Mahalaxmi College for Women
     Page no :287-292
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000148


52.Literature Goes Green
     Dr. Anupama Shekhawat;Maheshwari Girls’ P.G. College
     Page no :293-299
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000149


53.Eco Philosophical Perspectives in Paulo Coelho’s Novel Eleven Minutes
     Mrs. S. Kavitha;ManonmaniamSundaranar University
     Dr. P. Bala Shanmuga Devi;A.P.C. Mahalaxmi College for Women
     Page no :300-305
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000150


   54.‘Neytal’ Aesthetics in Deepak Dalal’s Lakshadweep Adventure
      K. Abilasha;Sri S. Ramasamy Naidu Memorial College
      Dr. V.R. Jeyasala;Alagappa Government Arts College
      Page no :306-310 
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000151


55.Substantial Development vs. Nature: Natural Transformation or Transformed Nature
     Ms. K.S. Anushya,Dr. P. Bala Shanmuga Devi;A.P.C. Mahalaxmi College for Women
     Page no :311-315 
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000152


56.Transforming Feminism: A Study of Manju Kapur’s A Married Woman
     Dr. Anita Albert,K.P. Bhavatharini;V.O.Chidambaram College, Thoothukudi
     Page no :316-320 
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000153

 

57.Women and Power: A Feminist Study of Marissa Meyer’s Cinder
      K.S. Anushya,Dr. R. Mercy Latha;V.O.Chidambaram College
      Page no :321-326
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000154

 

58.An Ecocritical Reading of the Animation Feature Film WALL-E
     P.Stephy Monisha;Stella Maris College
     Page no :327-332
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000155


59.Uncontrollable Exploitation of Nature
     S. Nilamalar;Jamal Mohamed College (Autonomous)
     Page no :333-337
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000156


60.Humour and Eco-centrism in the Selected Children’s Novels of Roald Dahl: A Study
     V. V. Gurucharan;BS&H, BITS
     Page no :338-343
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000157

 

61.A Negotiation of Home, Reminiscence, and Identity in M G Vassanji’s The Assassin’s Song: A Humanistic Geographical Outlook
     Dr. Aditi Abhishikta;BITS
     Page no :344-350
     DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000158

 

62. GLOBALIZATION AND ECO CRITICISM RECORDED AS A LITERATURE
      T.C.Jayaneela sneha, Dr.P. Harshini; Dr.M.G.R Educational and Research Institute, Maduravoyal, Chennai-94
       Page No:351-355

       DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000159

     

63. The Mortal Cost of Ecological Conservation in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide
       G.Ponmullai; AnnaiHajira Women’s College, Tirunelveli
       Dr.L.Faustina Leo; SadakathullahAppa College, Tirunelveli
       Page No:356-362

       DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000160

 

64. Contesting the Notion of Nature - Reading Changambuzha in the Twenty First Century
      Anagha S; Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore
      Page No:363-368

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000161

 

65. The Shifting Dynamics of Ethics in Eco-Critical Narratives: A Selected Reading of Dhruba Hazarika’s Luck
      Risha Baruah; Cotton University
      Page No:369-374

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000162