Presečišča med ekokritiko in postkolonialnimi študijami

Barbara Jurša

Povzetek

Članek obravnava teoretska stičišča ekokritike in postkolonialnih študij kot dveh aktualnih metodoloških usmeritev v literarni vedi, združevanje ekokritiških in postkolonialnih perspektiv pa ponazori ob motivno-tematski analizi romanov Sramota J. M. Coetzeeja, Pijevo življenje Y. Martela in Lačna plima A. Ghosha.

Ključne besede

ekokritištvo; postkolonialne študije; antropocentričnost; zahodnocentričnost; sodobni roman; Coetzee, J. M.; Martel, Yann; Ghosh, Amitav

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