Chetan Bhalogue Character Analysis

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In epilogue reader comes to know that Govind lament what he done and he was not able to come out from what he done. So he uses to drink a lot that why he is in hospital. At the end of the epilogue Bhagat makes his mind up to write a book on it. In this novel epilogue divided into two parts. In second part Bhagat is in Singapore and its happy ending novel. Two States In this novel Prologue and epilogue is some exchange different from other novels. In other novel Chetan Bhagat tells us a story which he hard by the other. But in this novel storyteller himself tells the story. In other novels Bhagat who ask about story or a person who tells him the great secret to him. But in this novel one lady who play role as listener and narrator telling the…show more content…
According to him, the purpose of literature is to raise a mirror to society. Many writers are successful at expressing what's in their hearts or expressive a particular point of view. Chetan Bhagat's Novels do both and more. Starting with him in the picture, he goes on to describe a real life story combined with real events intermingling with a grave, dark background. He catches the pulse of the nation by using a language that the youngsters swear by. Also, engaged in writing Columns for leading newspapers, he mainly mirrrors on youth and national development based issues. His columns have been discussed in Parliament and among the top leadership of the country. Chetan Bhagat‘s Postmodernism writing gives India a mixed bag of ideas. It exemplifies reader friendly language with a style so novel and fresh. His novels are ―tugs at the emotions rather than moralizes serious literary aim. He places the facts comically and mockingly mesmerizing the readers. His writings have gained the greatest legacy of refined postmodernism literature by dismantling the authority of the West. Five Point Someone, Chetan Bhagat’s first entrance novel deals with dilemma of today’s engineering students in India who
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