Depiction of nature in the novels of James Fenimore CooperAuthor(s):
Dr. Suman AhlawatAbstract:
It was the true essence to adhere to the rights over all living arrangements in the literature that was discovered in the 1970s in William Rueckert's writings that were considered to be the advent of the novel criticism in publications between, which brought about the endeavours to trace the fighting spirit even in works of literature. This was discovered in the writings of William Rueckert, which was considered to be the advent of novel criticism in publications of between. The emergence of this new school of literary criticism led to an increase in research aimed at identifying the ethos of individual works of literature. According to the claims made by Peter Barry, the idea of showing reverence for one's natural surroundings may be traced back to works that were written after the 1840s and that were authored by American existentialists such Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Margareth Fuller.Pages: 40-43 | Views: 46 | Downloads: 14Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Suman Ahlawat. Depiction of nature in the novels of James Fenimore Cooper. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(2):40-43.