Amanda has instilled into Laura’s mind that without a husband she can’t be successful or independent and is doomed to be a homebody. The reason Amanda is so insistent on Laura finding a man could be due to her past experiences. One of the many times caught reminiscing about her gentleman callers, Amanda states, “She married him on the rebound – never loved her – carried my picture on him the night he died! And there was that boy that every girl in the Delta had set her cap for! That beautiful, brilliant young Fitzhugh boy from Green County!"
Although both novels are about a dystopian showing corrupt societies both use different ways to represent the same idea one surpasses the other. The novel 1984 is the dystopian tale of the century it contains literary merit that is still being recognized to this day despite being written over 50 years ago. Authors use dystopian literature as a way to speak up and criticize the world they live in. It shows the reader how the idea of a perfect world is not obtainable and how it can always take a turn for the worst. In both novels we dive deep into one main or central character 's life and explore their journey through their society.
Modern languages like English, Dutch-Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic, and of course, German all fall under the Germanic language family. Third, Italic. These languages were spoken throughout the Roman Empire and are spoken in Italy, Portugal, Spain, France, and Romania. Furthermore, there’s the ‘Balto-Slavic’ branch, which includes Baltic languages spoken in Latvia and Lithuania, and Slavic languages spoken throughout Eastern Europe, Belarus, the Ukraine, and Russia. Moreover, the Balkan languages, spoken mostly in the Balkans and far Western Turkey.
The issue of child marriages was raised in 1884 by Behramji Malabari, a journalist and publicist from Maharashtra. In his 'Notes on Infant Marriage and Enforced Widowhood ', he strongly argued for the regulation of the age of consent. M.G.Ranade, a prominent theist and social reformer, worked in close association with Malabari and quoted extensively from the scriptures to prove that child marriage had no scriptural sanction. Two cases in this period further fuelled the need for regulation of child marriages. First, was the death of a ten year old child bride, Phulmoni Das, married to Hari Mohan Maity who was thirty five year old and second was the refusal of Rukhmani Bai to live with her uneducated and unemployed husband, Dadaji Bhikaji.
In the south, Chennai (formerly Madras) developed its own massive industry with films in Tamil. Hindi and Tamil films constituted the majority of Indian film, both dominated by a Hollywood-style star system. Among minority language film, Bengali films gained prominence, thanks mainly to Satyajit Ray’s influence in the 1950s. The first talkie was Ardeshir Irani’s Alam Ara (1931), with dialogue in both Urdu and Hindi. It contained several song and
Therefore, the family of Balram, which is poor, would receive a large dowry when he would marry a girl. For an impoverished family like Balram’s it was unfortunate when a girl in his family married: “My cousin-sister Reena got hitched off to a boy in the next village. Because we were the girl’s family, we’re screwed.” Then again, it is the other way around when a boy in the family got married: “We had the boy, and we screwed the girl’s family hard.” Balram and his family live in a village named
An early short story, A Liberated Woman, is about a young woman who falls in love with a man of a different caste, and marries him against her parents wish. She becomes a successful doctor, but her marriage breaks up because of her success. The Dark Holds No Terrors, Shashi Deshpande 's first novel, which is chosen for the present study seems to have developed from this short story. Sarita, the heroine, becomes a doctor, and marries Manohar against the consent of her parents. Her problem begins when she establishes her name in her profession and she fails to solve the communication gap with her husband.
It made him reputation as a dramatist in Kannada literature and won Mysore State Award in 1962. This play has been translated not only into many Indian languages but also performed all over the country. Yayati translated into English by Priya Adarkar. But
Aravind Adiga is an Indian Journalist and author. His introduction novel, The White Tiger, won the 2008 Man Booker Prize. The White Tiger (2008) is the contrast between India’s rise as a modern global economy and the working class people who live in serious rural poverty. Between the Assassinations (2008) refers to the period between the murders of Indira Gandhi in 1984 and her son, Rajiv Gandhi in 1991. Kiran Desai, the daughter of Anita Desai was born in New Delhi, now she lives in the United States.
Music For Mohini is another social novel in which Bhattacharya deals with the problem of adjustment for a city bred woman Mohini who is married in a village. The old and traditional view of life in the form of the mother in-law and the semi western view of life in the form of Mohini Clash against each other and finally Mohini learns to enjoy the music of life. A Goddess Named Gold deals with the confusion of Meera who is given a taveez by her grandfather and believes that it has the power to turn copper in to gold. Finally, she realizes that freedom is the real miracle stone and mercy has the power to change cruelty into