On Colonialism of a Passage to India:Natural Ecology Perspective
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This article intends to analyze how Colonial Ideas result in natural degradation and alienated relations between man and nature. Three major factors--anthropocentricism, eurocentrism, and colonialism, all of which cause serious natural ecological damage and social disharmony in A Passage to India--will be examined in this article. Due to the prevailing social policies at the early nineteenth century, natural environments have been destroyed in unprecedented ways.
Colonialism, Anthropocentricism, Eurocentrism, Natural degradation