In the novel A Thousand Splendid Suns, Khaled Hosseini, showcases the struggles women face on their journey for fulfillment and satisfaction in difficult circumstances such as war, abuse, and loss. Mariam and Laila both find fulfillment and self satisfaction in their life through resilience and inner strength. The ability of women to establish their identity and roles in society is based on their drive to love others, seek purpose through hardships, defeat a common enemy, and conquer their inner demons. Women are able to establish their identity and roles in society through loving others and feeling loved. Laila and Mariam find their identity through loving others and feeling love back through horrid situations.
Through her work she has provided the reader with an abundant amount of literary work, based from her region and focusing on her feminine aspects in life. Some of her works include “Monkeys,” “Folly,” “Evening,” “Lust and Other Stories,” and a screenplay called “Sleeping Beauty” (Susan Minot). With the understanding of who the writer is through her biography, the facts allow the reader to interpret her writing style, which makes her work enjoyable to
ABSTRACT This paper focuses on “Emerging Womanhood” In AnitaNairs“Lessons in Forgetting”. In fact the works by women writers constitute a major segment of the contemporary Indian writing in English Today women are seen establishing their identity in almost all walks of life and they have heralded a new consciousness in the realm of literature too. Like other women writers,Anita Nair’s writing reveals a story about real people second chances and fresh beginning, “Lessons in Forgetting” narrates a tale of two individuals who manage to work through all the odds. Nair writes about how women wants to be free. They fight against the burden on them In short, in her works Nair writes about the challenging attitude and rebelliousness against the traditional
Julia Alvarez: Growing Up During a Dictatorship and Living to Tell the Tale One of the best ways both adults and children are able to express themselves is through poetry. Enjoyed by people of all ages across the globe, author Julia Alvarez, touched many hearts through her poetry and long fiction novels. A true lover of the literary arts, Alvarez used her life trials and tribulations to write a number of novels filled with astounding amounts of feeling an emotion. She even included specific events in her books that she lived during such as the reign of the dictator in the Dominican Republic. Throughout her life, Julia Alvarez used the thoughts and feelings she had during her time spent living under a dictatorship to write novels and poems
Thirdly, seconf wave feminisim enhance the education for women. And in the novel, celie find only one way to exhust her frustration and to console her, is the education, reading and writing. Her sister teaches her to read and write to escape from the mental and physical torture. Lastly,the very gunine point that relates to the second wave feminism is the solidarity amon the women. According to second wave feminist, women has the power to change her desinty when she make her voice strong with by joining her hands with other women, and rasining with them as one voice.
She personally asks Romeo about his sincerity to Juliet, and if he takes the marriage seriously. The nurse has a close relationship with her and she cares about her, she wants the best for her, so she helps her and Romeo meet each other. Soon after Romeo and Juliet had met, the nurse meets Romeo and informed him about their secret wedding. After she comes back she plays a game with Juliet by postponing the exciting news and complains of her aching back. She finally tells Juliet and later on they get married, “Then hie you hence to Friar Lawrence’s cell.
This is evident as magazines have the tendency to communicate ideas of labour and pleasures (such as having children, getting married) that are linked to the notion of femininity (Gill, 2008:183). They are also able to circulate a language of individualism that emphasizes the importance of the self at the expense of social and political struggle (Gill, 2008:183). Magazines are therefore able to indoctrinate, persuade and influence how women approach and handle their lives (Gill, 2008: 183). They achieve this by addressing their readers as equals and as acquaintances that allows for a personal relationship therefore making magazines appear trustworthy and believable (Gill, 2008: 183). They play on women’s vulnerable nature for wanting the ‘perfect’ life, skin, man, career and appearance (Gill).
She feels her books are open examinations of the encounters of individuals in particular setting. Her plots shape into insistent pictures of women 's activist perspectives. A large portion of us are blinded by this optics to such a degree, to the point that we neglect to perceive whatever other legitimacy in her. For instance, I was thinking about her novel That Long Silence. I think in this novel the utilization of the pioneer figure of speech is extremely fascinating.
Her superb mastery of the medium of communication enables her to evoke not only the surficial expressions of the ‘outer reality,but also the subtle perceptions of the inner reality in to-day’s India.Her fecund imagination combines with her intellectual resources in transforming her fiction into a faithful vehicle of individual and national sensibility. Sahgal’s literary sensibility achieves a satisfying novelistic quality in producing socially and politically significant fiction. The novel, The Day in Shadow, deals with a protest against the restrictions imposed on women. The novelist, Sahgal portrays the women character in her fictions to strike upward mobility by educating, asserting, and by gaining economic independence themselves, Jasbir Jain observes; “In almost every novel, Nayantara has a central woman character that gradually moves towards an awareness of her emotional needs….” (Bai,K Meera 22). Title of the
She was born into a literary family. After finishing a master’s degree in English literature from Calcutta University, she began working as a teacher and journalist. She started writing from an early age for various literary magazines. She has to her credit over 20 collections of short stories and over a 100 novels primarily in her native language, Bengali. She was influenced by the Naxalite movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s.