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Ecocriticism is The Base of Constructive Criticism
Ecocriticism is the blend of two different words, this word is resultant straightly from the English language. Ecocriticism is the essence of the writers and scholars in which they treat the literature with respect to the submission of nature. The study of nature and humans with respect to each other is sometimes referred to as ecocriticism. It was adopted to test the nature and its application with respect to the viewpoint of humans and academics. The core of ecocriticism is that; how a particular nature or precise environment and philosophy affects the writing style of different scholars. It also deals with the fact how different individuals from different backgrounds have different priorities and different mindsets (U. K. J. P. Heise, 2006). The fact is how a person should interact and work for the advancement or can make even worse situations because of the cultural and ecological aspects. Many civilizations in the past have different entities who they term as the philosophers or thinkers of their society. They brought about simple matters and simple situations which are tough to solve by a normal person. These theorists have used their willpower and their necessary knowledge to resolve the issues of the populace (Marland, 2013).
Madrika Saba Murtaza
M. Phil Scholar, National College of Business Administration and Economics, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan