The present anthology is a collection of research articles written by researchers and academicians. It presents fresh perspectives with fresh ideas. It contains the following articles, “Nature is a Volume of which God is the Author: Eco-spirituality Reflected in the Poetry of Wordsworth and Shelley” by Prof. Prajakta S. Raut, “Colonialism and Christianization: A threat to Eco-spirituality of the tribal ethos in The Ancestors” by Ms. Chinmayee Nanda, “Exploration of the Idea of Dualism in Girish Karnad’s The Fire and the Rain” by Pragati Gupta, “Environmental Restrains in Poe’s “The Raven” and Shelley’s “Ode to a Skylark” by K. Saravanan, “The Science of Eco-Spiritualism: Quenching Human thirst for Self and Peace in Chitra Banerjee’s The Forest of Enchantments” by Shikha Thakur, “Finding the Eco-spirit: Restoring the Bond with Land in Zakes Mda’s The Heart of Redness” by Sumedha Bhandari, “An Eco-Critical Analysis of Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide and Gun Island as Climate Fictions” by Dr. Sanket Kumar Jha, “Reflection of Ecofeminism in the novels of Toni Morrison” by Dr. Ruchika Katiyar, “Eco-Spirituality and the Animistic Sensibility: A Critique of Eco-Criticism in Select Poems of Mamang Dai” by Kakoli Debnath, and “Rebellious Mountains and Grueling Zaitoon inside the Tribal Kohistan (A special study of Bapsi Sidhwa’s The Pakistani Bride)” by Priyanka Bhardwaj & Dr. Chetana Pokhriyal.
Dr Ram Avadh Prajapati is working as an Assistant Professor of English Bareilly College, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Creative Launcher: An International Journal in English. He has many books and research articles to his credit.