With the concerns that Chopin had for the freedom of the women and the social part of their relationship with men and had decided to show her concerns through the novel. especially her concern with women 's issues. It clearly reflects a comment she once made regarding her writing: a desire to "describe human existence in its subtle, complex, true meaning, stripped of the veil with which ethical and conventional standards have draped it." The Awakening does exactly that" (Timko). The Awakening was written based on Kate Chopin however more her concerns on women 's issues.
Introduction: Bharathi Mukherjee has depicted woman 's issues even-mindedly both mentally and physically in her books. They broke the abstract and social standards of the past. They concentrated profound into cognizance of their characters and anticipated different pictures of women and their status in the public eye. They have expounded on women in a changed social point of view. In fiction, a few ladies characters have state of mind of dismissal and invalidation of life while others have an assertion and acknowledgment of existence with a trading off demeanor prompting profound feeling of satisfaction.
This type of writing style is an important element within her storytelling as it begins with a straightforward hit against the reader as the author addresses the other character with 'you', making it seem like she is speaking directly to the reader-for the intent of making the reader feel caught off-guard In this essay, I will discuss that the style of writing is essential in expressing her story in a more meaningful way: by compelling the reader with a forthright stanza and then, clarifying the rest of her story which provides the weight of the speaker's words to become more impactful as the reader reads it. The speaker tells of dehumanizing experiences throughout the passage while at the same time, includes her good memories along with how she lives her life-like any other
Novels bring out Sahgal as a writer with feminist concerns seeking independent existence of women. She recognizes that as a woman novelist, her primary obligation is that of advocating the emancipation of women. She describes in her novels how a woman is exploited during the modern times by both the individuals and the society. She tried to portray the sensibility of women that how a woman looks out at herself and her problems and feels that women should try to understand and realize herself as a human being and not just as an appendage to some male life. Theme of the Novel: The novel is a fine example of the Female Literary Tradition in Indian English Language.
ABSTRACT The purpose of the paper is to study quest for self in the novels of Sudha Murty, taking in account the complexity of life, different histories, culture and different structure of values, the women’s question, despite basic solidarity, needs to be tackled in relation to socio-cultural situation. Women under patriarchal pressure and control are subjected to much more bunts and social exclusion. They live and struggle under the oppressive mechanism of closed society, is very much reflected in her writings. They are more discriminated and biased in lieu of their sex. Murty is considered to be one of the most realistic author, for she is able to bring the true picture of psyche of the women changing with the times.
Lessing starts the novel by using flashback expect that the reader might find out the secret beyond the tragic end of Mary. Through flashback, writers mean to convey interruptions carrying references to past events. Lessing uses flashback to give the reader the readers the chance to insight character's mind to avoid unreasonable excess to round characters in the novel. The writer uses flashback to convey Mary deep inner conflict to allow the reader to sympathize Mary even if she behaves brutally. Besides, reflecting the protagonist's conflict through this mood, she uses flashback to hold a clear comparison between Mary and her mother being oppressed by man's domination.
The Portrayal of Women Characters in the fictional World of D.H. Lawrence: An Analysis Dr. S. Chelliah Professor , Head & Chairperson School of English & Foreign Languages Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai – 21. (TN-IND) _________________________________________________________ An Abstract In the contemporary literary scenario, D.H. Lawrence has a very important position as a writer of talent and artistry. As a keen observer of human relationships, he frequently portray the intricate relationship between prurience and love and boldly examines the futility and meaninglessness of physical love. Every characters and work of D.H. Lawrence delights readers with the force of sensuous images which seems aesthetically sound and the ultimate transformation to visual delectable imagery enthralls and arouses quiescent feelings of love and zealousness among readers. This article proves that he is a
This essay endeavours to explore the connections between female sexuality and women’s writing in Possession. Molly Hite wrote that the female body “becomes a text that must be read in order to be dismantled and reassembled by an emergent female aesthetic” (123). With this in mind, the essay will carefully analyse three of the major female characters featured in the novel, Val, Christabel and Maud. Each character will be individually examined with particular attention to her writing and to what extent her sexuality impacts upon her publications in the male dominated academic realm. Val occupies perhaps the least influential role in the novel; she is the long term girlfriend of the main character Roland Mitchel.
Llewellyn uses the technique of repetition in the words “words” and “life”, which both connect to the title of Poetry. Benaim also uses repetition, to convey her feeling of frustration in the lines, “wouldn 't I know about crawling up inside oneself, wouldn 't I know about a body full of
Her distinguished literary career spans more than three decades. She is known for her sensitive portrayal of the inner feelings of her female characters. Her novels explore the tension between family members and the alienation of middle class women and also the sufferings and agonies of women. A close study of Anita Desai’s works reveals her struggle for female autonomy played out against the backdrop of the patriarchal culture pattern,. Her writing can be viewed as a self- conscious reaction to overwhelming masculinity for the analysis of society in