Themes and strategy of the literatures of The Mekong Basin ecological fiction by Wutthisan Chanwibun

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Kanrawi Patphithak
Warawat Sriyabhaya
Boonyong Ketthet
Warunya Yingyongsak

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This research paper aimed to analyze themes and strategies of the literatures of the Mekong basin ecological fiction by Wutthisan Chanwibun, based on two novels: "The River and the Old Man: Tales from Khon Phi Long" and "The Return of Seagu ll", by using concepts and criticism of literature. From the study, it can be concluded that the 2 novels have 3 important concepts, namely the world views concept, culture and beliefs concept and natural ways concept. In terms of presentation strategy, 3 strategies were found as follows: Strategies to present through the Plot, Strategies by Point of View, Strategies presented through the Characters.


 

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Patphithak ก. . แ., Sriyabhaya ว., Ketthet บ., & Yingyongsak . ว. . (2020). Themes and strategy of the literatures of The Mekong Basin ecological fiction by Wutthisan Chanwibun. Wiwitwannasan Journal of Language and Culture, 4(3), 139–163. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/wiwitwannasan/article/view/241164
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