Provoking emotion in a reader sucks them into the story. Pathos is a literary technique that sparks pity or sadness in the reader, makes the reader hope there will be a solution. Pathos is an effective way to portray the idea of responsibility and these texts utilize that. In Antigone Now emotion is provoked throughout the story, by the author uses of Antigone 's pain from the death of her loved ones to reach out to the audience. In the story the chorus says “Poor babies.
Immigrants are motivated to leave because of political issues, family re-unification, escaping conflict or natural disaster. Usually from countries with war or corruption to bigger countries like the USA and England or regions such as USA and Europe. In the old days, people left their country for a bigger country to find jobs. Like Norway, they did not have enough jobs for the people, so the Norwegians left the country and often to USA. Many families travel together, but a few let the man of the house leave, and then they would wait for him to come back with money.
After World War II the world saw a massive migration in many countries because of colonial impact, practicing of imperialist and discrimination (Bammer 1994). Rushdie in Imaginary Homelands discusses migration often results in confused human beings who don’t know who they are actually and how can they find themselves (124). After immigration they have a feeling of nowhere and they feel they are not standing in the right place. There is no sense of belonging rather immigrants feel alienated (Bammer). These people often representing new identities (Mills 261).
Therefore it could be said they are “doubly oppressed.” For centuries they have been suffering mutely. It does not mean that they were immune to the pain they have been inflicted. On the contrary, the fact is that they wished to resist but they were not empowered to do so.Some Dalit writers dare to raise their voices to the bitterand painful experience of those who belong to acommunity of downtrodden. Bama expresses the common experiences of exploitation of her own paraiya community in her works of fiction and especially the text Sangati deals with the vulnerable condition of dalit women. The present research article is an attempt to discuss the abject misery of dalit women and the inhumanity of upper caste on them depicted in the novel of Bama’sSangati Key words: Dalit, Women, Sufferings, pain, community,condition,Oppression.
The reason why they come to America to find jobs is because the pay is completely different, people pay more in America than they do in other countries. However, when it comes to their families, they can provide them with housing, provide them a job or give information on jobs, and provide them with other information like how to become a legal citizen. Some families are actually being separated because they are deporting some of their family members back to their country. We can thank President Trump, who was recently elected, for separating families. Not only is Trump separating families but he has also thought about building a wall to keep all of the illegal immigrants out and wants Mexico to pay for the building of the wall.
Many immigrants traveled under desperate situations to pursue the American dream. Many authors try to capture those experiences for native born Americans to understand. In the novel My Antonia by Willa Cather, Antonia, a Bohemian immigrant, has to work her way through the American life. Antonia and her family came to America with next to nothing. They didn’t know the language which left them more susceptible to lies.
In the United States we give chances to people in other countries to come over here in the land of the free to have a better chance at life. Immigrants only leave their native countries for a reasons like; a lack of local access to resources, a desire for economic prosperity, family re-unification, escape from prejudice, conflict or natural disaster, or simply the wish to change one 's surroundings. Every year the United States has more & more immigrants come over to stay for good or just for a little while. They come from all over the world & some even come just because they want to come. They have no reason sometimes but most reason always be because of a family or too much going on in their old country.
In the host land, the members of a diaspora community often find themselves in minority positions and are torn between the two cultures. Diaspora works skilfully portray all those facets of diaspora experiences. In fact, diaspora literature often places its characters in a “third place” or between the two cultures and female immigrant writers find them even in a narrower place for a woman in a diaspora community is frequently regarded as a minority within a minority. From the perspective of diaspora studies, woman writers constitute a very significant part of diaspora literature as they cast valuable insights into day-to-day activities like household works, pastimes and several forms of identity construction by the ethnic as well as gendered minorities in a broader society. In fact, the female writers of Indian diaspora easily outnumber their male counterparts.
People tend to migrate to other places because they cannot find jobs for their families. They are finding jobs in other places to provide for their family and the migration causes the over population in highly urbanized areas in the country. Informal settling is the only option for workers that cannot afford to rent a decent house near their work place. Most of the informal settlements are located near factories or a workplace (Understanding your Informal Settlements, n.d.). In owning property, there are numerous reasons why it will make everyone’s life easier.
ABSTRACT Literature is the amalgamation of imagination and reality. It tries to portray reality of the human life and existence. It endeavors to find solutions to the universal questions related with human being and those solutions carry certain human experiences .In Bengal, Mahasweta Devi has voiced and represented the trials and tribulations of the downtrodden tribal. In some short stories, she has profoundly portrayed the haunting experiences of Dalit women, the plight of her survival. She also reveals the dark face of so-called civilized society through a narration of the untold sufferings of a tribal woman.