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Gary Snyder의 시 읽기와 생태교육

Gary Snyder's Poems and Ecological Learning

This paper aims to examine the interdependent life and ecological awareness in Gary Snyder's poetry. Snyder's ecological consciousness of the interdependence of all life forms is based on the American Indian mythology, Oriental philosophy, and Tang poetry. Through oriental philosophy, he comes to advance his perception of the interdependence of human and nature and to pay regard to all life forms and wild nature. He thinks that this interdependence is the only way for the human survival. In his poetry, he expresses a scientific and Oriental belief that all life forms are interdependent on one another and are interlinked with one great life network. In the Myth & Texts, he exhibits a thorough ecological understanding of the unity of all life based on Oriental philosophy. And also he holds that the development of a harmonious relationship with human and nature is necessary for actual survival. In “Hunting,” his view of hunting is “not that we're cruel--/But a man's got to eat.” From this point of view, the process of acquisition and consumption of energy are complementary. His equation of acquisition and consumption of energy reveals ecological understanding of the unity of all life forms. This means the harmonious and communal life between human and other life forms. His poetry makes the reader love the wild nature and promote the perception of the interdependence of all life forms.

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