Green Romanic Tradition and Ecocriticism

Prof. Jalal Uddin Khan 

Since the 1990s, Romantic nature poetry in all its forms and genres—lyric, narrative, sonnet, ode, loco-descriptive, conversational, and contemplative–has been hailed as a good example of the Romantic poets’ ecological awareness against the backdrop of the 18th century industrial revolution and environmental pollution. Famous for its spontaneous love and expression of the beauty of nature in all its aspects—peaceful or turbulent, “lakish” or oceanic— Romantic nature poetry not only imparts deep meaning to human life but also makes one read deeply into the biological and environmental life of land and nature on earth

DOI: 10.32996/ijllt.2019.2.4.11 
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