جۆری توێژینه‌وه‌ : Original Article

نوسه‌ران

1 Department of English/ College of Languages/ Salahaddin University/ Erbil

2 Dept. of English/ College of Languages Salahaddin University - Erbil – Iraq

پوخته‌

The basic assumption of this research is that Stephen King is aware of the disastrous impact of modern technology on environment and community. His writings demonstrate his ethical commitment to the people's right to live and work in a friendly and risk-free environment. Cell (2006) upgrades the readers' consciousness of the most pressing problems facing mankind. Cell can be regarded as an original contribution to dystopian novel. In addition, the novel points out the eco-critical risks threatening life on earth. Stephen King thinks that the horror of nowadays lies outside images of demons and monsters from Hell. It is, rather, linked with the man-made technology, which has managed to turn this world into a wasteland. 

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