Kazuo Ishiguro’s first novel A Pale View of Hills written in 1982 can be accepted as the illustration of the psychology, trauma and sorrowful experiences of Japanese people underwent the bomb of Nagasaki. This explosion affects both men and nature in terms of their common fate, future and habitat beside human’s psychology and mental health. This article will reveal a wide research about atom bomb of Nagasaki and its effects on the lives of two important characters of the earth; Human and Nature. The main idea of the paper is to inform the reader of the human’s deeds which have affected not only nature but also human himself deeply. Especially, the parallel and miserable experiences which both man and nature have undergone will be dealt. In this sense, the main character of A Pale View of Hills, Etsuko, and the source of life, Nature, will be the main concern of the article.