Summary Of Sexual Violence In Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine
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Bharati Mukherjee is a renowned author of the Indian Writings in English who has evoked the study of feminism in her writings. Her major anxiety as a creative writer is to find and marmalade women’s identity as daughter, wife, mother and most vital of all as human beings. Her novels are alarmed with a women’s quest for self and elucidation in to the female psyche and indulgent of the vagueness of life. She deals with the phenomenon of exodus, her prominence being on her female characters, their struggle for identity, their psychological ordeal and their final surfacing as self assertive individuals free from the bondages imposed by relationships of the past. She has reacted to the changed psychological and emotional realities of Indian life. This paper scrutinizes the Sexual Violence in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine. Jasmine was envisaged of widowhood and oust by an astrologer when she was only seven years old. She was not dismayed down by fate. She always tried to raise herself above blind beliefs and fallacy. But the vigor of Jasmine 's desires propels her explosively into a larger, more dangerous, and ultimately more life-giving world.
Keywords: Marmalade, elucidation, indulgent, envisaged, seclusion, vigor.
Jasmine is a novel by Bharati Mukherjee set in the present about a young Indian woman in the United States who trying to acclimatize to the American way of life in order to be able to endure, changes identities numerous times. It is the story of a