Midnight's Children Critical Analysis

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of modern life. Western attitudes toward India and Indian Literary came when Salman Rushdie’s novel Midnight’s Children was published in 1981. In the novel, Rushdie conjures up a generation of Indian born at midnight’s the August 1947. Arundhati Roy is one such talented writer of post- Midnight’s Children era who shows the real psychological depth while conveying the realities of culture and history. As with Arundhati Roy, Kiran Desai’s works also manages to explores the flaws and despair of the post colonial era. Indian English fiction has come a long way from the triumvirates of the thirties to the modern recent English fiction writers. The language which was once treated as a language of the foreigner or the language of the elite class is viewed differently. As the number of readers Indian English fiction has increased. So the quality of writing has also improved. Recent years have witnessed a good number of Indian English fiction writers who have stunned the literary…show more content…
Recent writers depict both the diversity of women and the diversity within each other. Rather than limiting the lines of women to one idel. The novel emerging in the twenty first century furnish example of a whole range of attitudes the imposition of traditions, some offering an analysis of the family structure and the caste system as the key element of patriarchal society. A number of Indian women Novelist made their debut in the 1990s, producing novels which reveals the true status of Indian society and its treatment of women, these writers were born after independence, and their writings do not have colonial associations for them. Their work is marked by an impressive feel for the language, and an authentic presentation of contemporary India, with all the regional variations. They generally write about the urban middle class, the stratum they know
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