Pa­pers pre­sented on se­cond day of in­ter­na­tional con­fer­ence

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KHAIRPUR: The gal­axy of schol­ars from around the globe pre­sented their re­search pa­pers on var­i­ous themes on se­cond day of the Two-Day In­ter­na­tional Con­fer­ence on Lit­er­a­ture & Eco­log­i­cal Chal­lenges (Pak­istani & In­ter­na­tional Per­spec­tive) or­ga­nized by the Depart­ment of Urdu, Fac­ulty of Arts & Lan­guages, Shah Ab­dul Latif Univer­sity, Khairpur in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Higher Ed­u­ca­tion Com­mis­sion, Pak­istan.

Prof. Dr. Satya­pal Anand from USA pre­sented re­search pa­per onAS­tudy of Eco­log­i­cal Is­sues and the Role of Urdu Lit­er­a­ture in High­light­ing the Per­ils of Ter­res­trial Pol­lu­tion. He said, Urdu prose and po­etry can be used to high­light the prob­lems of the dras­tic changes that have been brought about the quick and sus­tained in­dus­tri­al­iza­tion. He said, my re­search pa­per is re­lated the re­la­tion­ship be­tween hu­man be­ings and the nat­u­ral world in terms of eco­log­i­cal lit­er­ary per­spec­tive.

Dr. Vafa Yaz­dan Manesh from Iran pre­sented her pa­per on Por­trayal of Eco­log­i­cal Is­sues and their So­lu­tion in Con­tem­po­rary Per­sian Po­etry. She said, it can be proved that clas­si­cal Per­sian po­ets have mean­ing­ful con­cepts from nat­u­ral sur­round­ings. In the mod­ern time, the po­ets have also fo­cused on their sur­round­ing en­vi­ron­ment in dif­fer­ent as­pects. They have fo­cused on ground wa­ter, air and noise pol­lu­tion.

Ms. Me­hje­been Ghazal An­sari from U.K pre­sented her pa­per on Eco-crit­i­cism and Urdu Lit­er­a­ture. She said, Eco-crit­i­cism is branch of lit­er­a­ture. It is the criti- cism that looks at the re­la­tion­ship be­tween the writ­ten word and na­ture. Lit­er­a­ture por­trays the in­ter­ac­tions be­tween hu­man be­ings and en­vi­ron­ment.

Dr. Hend Ab­del Halim from Egypt pre­sented the pa­per on El­e­ments of Na­ture in Po­ems by Muham­mad Iqbal and Ahmed Shawki: A Com­par­a­tive Study. He said, po­ets Dr. Iqbal and Shawki be­long the same gen­er­a­tion de­spite be­ing of dis­tant home­lands. Dr. Iqbal calls for a dif­fer­ent hori­zon of po­etry char­ac­ter­ize by blend­ing spec­tra of na­ture and its el­e­ments of beau­ti­ful scenery, beauty of lan­guage, pre­ci­sion of ex­pres­sions of col­ors from Pak­istani en­vi­ron­ment. Ahmed Shawki has por­trayed the Nile of the an­cient Egyp­tian civ­i­liza­tion, the cres­cent and the flow­ers of spring.

KHAIRPUR: The schol­ars from var­i­ous coun­tries present their re­search pa­pers on teh se­cond Day of In­ter­na­tional Con­fer­ence on Lit­er­a­ture and Eco­log­i­cal Chal­lenges at Shah Ab­dul Latif Univer­sity.

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