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Dismantling Disaster, Death, and Survival in Philippine Ecopoetry
The Philippines, a country situated close to the equator and in the Pacific Ring of Fire, has been constantly hit by natural disasters such as typhoons, earthquakes, landslides, and more. With a good number of local poetry dealing with these natural disasters as themes, is it possible for ecopoetry to provide readers with clear ideas on how to survive these catastrophic events? The major objective of this study is to explore the role of literature in promoting survival through the explorationdoi:10.13185/kk2015.02504 fatcat:woabjpbhv5h2vo7343x74aw5qq