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Ecological Approach to James Dickey's Works
In the last decade literary studies eagerly began to respond to one of the most pressing contemporary issues, the global environmental destruction. Facing the current environmental crisis, nature-oriented literary criticism emerged. 'Nature' has been a matter of interest to the greatest writers of America and England since the nineteenth century. It renews its appeal to the modern artist who wishes to do more than recultivate old western ground. James Dickey seeks beyond the usual boundaries of that tradition in order to bring to it fresh materials with which the artist may reshape and recharge the familiar, thereby investing it with new life. Nature writers from the past and current ecological literary critics have been acutely aware of the intimate and organic relationship between nature and human beings and have realized that human-centered western thoughts are responsible for man's separation and alienation from nature. Such alienation in turn has resulted in current environmental crisis. Therefore, reconciliation between humans and nature should be accomplished. In James Dickey's works, many attempts to restore the intimate relationship between nature and humans are made and his ecological consciousness is well depicted. Dickey cherishes the relationship of the human being to the great natural cycles of birth and death, the seasons, and the generations of animals and of men. He is anxious to find a more harmonious relationship to an environment than the American Indians had.
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