Succeeding the holocaust Marion, her mother, and brother made their way to America and started a new life. The book Night Is a story written by Elie Wiesel, and he tells about his family during the holocaust. Night takes place in several different concentration camps. It starts in Elise 's hometown Sighet, Transylvania, and through the concentration camps of, Auschwitz, Buna, Gleiwitz, and Buchenwald. Elie has three sisters, Hilda, Bea, Tzipora, his mother, and father Shlomo.
In The Circle of Reason, there is search for identity, forcible movement (migration) from their homelands, search of a lost home, rootlessness, alienation, etc all of which builds the diasporic consciousness and experience. Ghosh projects the ‘concern’ for all the workers and professionals in quest for better life. But after going there the emigrants are mistreated and humiliated which is aptly observed by R.K. Kaul in his article Another Triumphant Entry – Amitav Ghosh, The Circle of Reason: “This is the first novel which depicts the life of expatriate Indians in the Gulf States. India, Pakistan and Bangladesh may be engaged in recriminations among themselves but emigrant from these countries are treated as one ethnic stock by Arabs. The Arab
Moreover, Sanders’s life consisted of three main stages which are his childhood and early life, his business and career, finally his achievements. To begin with, his name is Harland David Sanders. Col. Sanders was an American man that worked in business matter. He was known for his fast food restaurant that served fried chicken, Kentucky Fried Chicken. He was born on the Ninth of September, on 1890.
In Unaccustomed Earth, Lahiri explores the theme of migration and displacement with her typical poetic style and immense emotional involvement. Most of the stories in the book are often dominated by an omnipresent sense of loss and insecurity. The process of self-reconstruction portrayed from generational viewpoints occupies the central space in the collection. Lahiri contemplates on alienation of her protagonists mostly resulting in psychosis and frustration. Lahiri questions the social and cultural implications of Indian immigrants as part of a minority that thrives in the United States and highlights a new American identity for them.
It generates the idea of a community, an identity, which can be of the form of ethno-religious, ethno-religion, ethno-linguistic, ethno-racial, ethno-national, or ethno-regional. These two ways are well illustrated in Kiran Desai's novel "The inheritance of Loss", by the lives of two characters, Jemubhai, a retired judge and Gyan, a middle class boy of a native tribe of Darjeeling. The novel revolves around ideas of class, ethnicity, and cultural identity. Set in the 1980's, the story shuffles between Kalmipong, a small village in Darjeeling and New York City, America. During the unstable post-colonial political period in the hilly region of Kalimpong, in an old Scottish mansion lives Sai, a seventeen-year-old girl, with her grandfather, Jemubhai,a retired Judge.
Abstract Bharati Mukherjee represents in her novels the contemporary woman’s struggle to define herself and attain an autonomous selfhood, especially in cross-cultural crisis, a subject which has assumed a great significance in the present world of globalization. She endeavored to dive deep into the distorted psyche of those immigrants who have been surviving in the conflict of traditional Indian values. In her characters there is an inherent fascination for Western mode of living that they have chosen out of their professional compulsions or for their urge to achieve a greater freedom in liberal and dynamic society of America. The focus in Bharati Mukherjee fiction is on the predicament of migrants and the possibilities for their absorption
Desai depicts decisive life moments of major characters in the Kalimpong region of India in the 1980’s. in this novel desai sees through the ‘lens of being Indian’(Representation of India, Krishna Singh). The novel interwines two strands of narratives. The judge Jemubhai Patel lives in a old house in Kalimpong along with his old widower cook. Sai, granddaughter of the judge comes to stay there.
Forster reveals several fallacies of English colonial rule and analyzes the cultural and raced-based conflict between the Indian and the English, scrutinizing the colonial period of the British Raj from with a double bind. Questioning the legacy of British presence, on the one hand, Englishman Forster becomes widely criticized of spreading skeptical attitudes and ill will among Anglo-Indians. On the other hand, his regular and snobbish Bloomsbury-group attitudes make him unwelcomed among Indian readership. Belonging to the “white superior race”, Forster could escape harsh criticism and accusations of V. S. Naipaul who describes A Passage to India as “utter rubbish” and “a lying mystery” (Kelso The Guardian 2001), pointing to Forster’s sexual orientation and his experience in colonial
1. Ordinary World Damarwulan, his Father, Hudara, and their two faithful servants, Sabdapalon and Nayagenggong, lived in the mountain in secluded life apart from other people after the death of his mother. 2. Call to Adventure Damarwulan’s adventure began when his father asked him to go back to his birth land, majapahit, to serve and deliver the kingdom from the threats of Menakjingga. 3.
“Clear light of day “is a novel that pictures out old Delhi during the partition of India. The author magnifies life of Das family who lived in old Delhi. The story revolves around five main characters Bimla (Bim) the eldest daughter of Das family, Raja, Tara, Baba the youngest of all who is mentally paralysed and Mira Masi (Aunt Mira) the care taker of all four children after Mr and Mrs Das passed away. Here the dissolution of all five characters is very interesting and it flows with the partition of India. The author describes the house as “grey” which is decaying and old like the members of the house who want to escape from new change in the society.