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dc.contributor.authorGHAOUI Imene, NEILI Ahlem-
dc.description.abstractThis study is an attempt to investigate the intersection of environmental and feminist issues in Britain caused by the Anthropocene in a futuristic setting particularly from an ecofeminist perspective using Maggie Gee’s The Ice People (1998), which is a climate fiction novel that portrays complete social and environmental erosion in the background of events. By intertwining real-world concerns with visionary elements, the current study aims to understand the role of women in the face of environmental changes and technological developments and how the scientific advancements that run out of control changed the nature of life. Moreover, this dissertation aims to examine the ecofeminist issues in Gee’s novel with a particular focus on the links between women, environmental disasters, and non-human beings. In addition, it seeks to shed light on the different factors of contemporary society which are the essential roles and relationship of men and women, sexuality, politics and the problem of global warming. Hence, it draws attention to the seriousness of the current environmental crises and deterioration threatening the world.en_US
dc.subjectClimate Fiction, Maggie Gee, The Ice People, Anthropocene, Ecofeminism.en_US
dc.titleExploring Ecofeminist Issues in Maggie Gee’s The Ice Peopleen_US
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