THE FOLKLORE MATERIAL IN HA THI CAM ANH'S THE SON AND LESLIE M. SILKO’S CEREMONY FROM THE ECOCRITICAL ETHNIC MINORITY PERSPECTIVES
From the perspective of ecocriticism, this article shows that Ha Thi Cam Anh's The Son (2006) and Leslie M. Silko's Ceremony (1977) use folklore materials to express the eco-friendly philosophy towards the nature of their ethnic minority people. That feminine eco-philosophy contrasts with the masculinist culture which is showing many flaws and failures. Both writers implicitly call for a return to harmonious coexistence with nature.
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