Ecocritical Aspects In C.S.Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe
Eco criticism and Post colonialism always goes well in the case of children’s literature. The quest for identity and the quest to safeguard the culture occupy the major part of this genre. The fiction takes place in the imperialistic environment and it also discusses children’s environmental literature from the intersecting view of animal studies, environmental justice and ecofeminist literary criticism. C.S.Lewis’s representation of nonhuman nature and environmental stewardship in The Chronicles of Narnia expresses a deep reverence for nature and condemns its exploitation, the literary work complicates readings that have claimed it as a tool to teach children to appreciate and protect nature by showing how its environmental vision is rooted in imperial ideology.
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