Unmasking the Ecological Dilemmas: An Eco-critical Reading of Uzma Aslam Khan’s Trespassing
Keywords:Ecocriticism, ecology, ecological dilemmas, human and nature relationship, nvironmental awareness
This article examines the novel Trespassing by Uzma Aslam Khan in the context of ecocriticism by conducting an in-depth textual analysis. The research exposes the complex ecological challenges inherent in the narrative and demonstrates how Khan exposes the intricate relationships between humans and their environment through the use of storytelling. The analysis provides an examination of the novel's portrayal of nature and the repercussions of human activities on the environment, thereby revealing the intricate ecological motifs that permeate the story. Especially in regards to Khan's literary work, the article emphasizes the significance of ecocriticism when analysing the dynamic interaction between literature and environmental issues. Hence, this research elucidates the evolving function of literature in confronting ecological issues and bolsters the critical standing of ecocritical analysis within modern literary scholarship.
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