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Expansion and Declination——An Analysis of Power's Ecological Thoughts in Gain

LIANG Yuan;CHEN Yi;Foreign Languages School, Chong Qing University of Science and Technology;  
This paper attempts to interpret Richard Powers' ecological thoughts in his sixth novel Gain. It mainly records the development of the corporate body's expansion and the individual body's declination to further analyze how the corporate organism becomes a lethal threat to the individual in the end. The two narrative lines reveals the worsening of industrial greedy and the increasing danger of human existence.Powers expresses his holistic ecological vision: Are big companies human's greatest hope or greatest threat?
【Fund】: 重庆科技学院科研基金“马克思生态哲学视域下的理查德.鲍威尔斯生态思想研究”(编号:CK2017py001)
【CateGory Index】: I712.074
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