Diasporic Issues In Amit Chaudhuri's A New World

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Abstract Diaspora is a displacement of a community or individual from one geographical region to another geographical region. Indian English Fiction is repleted with several instance of diasporic issues where the artist makes an effective endeavour to present India’s rich varied culture, tradition, and heritage while living in abroad. Like Amit Chaudhuri’s fourth novel “A New World” under the prespective of diasporic issues such as rootlessness, identity crisis, nostalgia, homesickness, conflict between tradition, and modernity etc., He is not a diaspora writer. Amit Chaudhuri is writing in the great Bengali tradition. Chaudhuri differ in almost everything realities being portrayed to their intellectual mooring, narrative concerns and use of language. The central character Jayojit Chatterjee, who, his young son Vikram has come to Calcutta from the United States to visit Jayojit’s parents for two months.
Key word: Diaspora, Tradition, Amit Chaudhuri.
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Diaspora is a displacement of a community or an individual from one geographical region to another geographical region. Either voluntary or forced such spatial movements from one’s native land to the foreign land are very common during post-colonial and postmodern globalized period. Diaspora as an area of study got popularity and propagation during the post 1990, prior to 1990 there was very little academic interest in the term and very few

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