History (and/or Historicity) of Ecocriticism and Ecocritical History: An Introductory Overview

Prof. Jalal Uddin Khan 

Abstract
Overlapping and interconnected, interdisciplinary and heterogeneous, amorphous and multi-layered, and deep and broad as it is, countless topics on ecoliterature make ecocriticism a comprehensive catchall term that proposes to look at a text–be it social, cultural, political, religious, or scientific–from naturalist perspectives and moves us from “the community of literature to the larger biospheric community which […] we belong to even as we are destroying it” (William Rueckert).

DOI: 10.32996/ijllt.2019.2.4.10 
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