It was a town created from Narayan’s own experiences, his childhood and his upbringing. The people in it were people he met every day. He thus created a place which every Indian could relate to. He takes us Malgudi to laugh, to sympathise and to share the vicissitudes of its inhabitants. Narayan has successfully portrayed as a microcosm of our country.
The locale as it gives shelter to each and every one Mistry appreciates the city and also compares other city and country and thereby brings out the comfort and ideal life that the city give to the people. This has been made very clear by a character Kapur in Family Matters as, “You see how we two are sitting here, sharing? That’s how people have lived in Bombay. That’s why Bombay has survived floods, disease, plague, water shortage, bursting drains and sewers, all the population pressures. In her heart there is room for everyone who want to make a home here” (152).
For years the film Coraline by Henry Selick has been acknowledged and treasured from numerous people, young and old alike. The piece received incredibly positive reviews based on its well told story line, originality, soundtrack and visually pleasing attributes. Although Coraline may be an unnerving film, it is an undeniable masterpiece. The film begins as Coraline and her parents are seen moving into a dreary town. She is displeased with her new home and desires a better life.
There are also composite a performing arts such as street magic, representing every aspect of city, town and village life. As Manoj Das is an Indian writer, he has shown strong affinity to typical Indian tradition of story-telling. Folktales are oral in tradition. They came down the generations by word of mouth. Some of the tales that today’s grandmothers tell their grandchildren are centuries old.
Salman Rushdie is one of the leading novelists of the twentieth century. He is known as one of the finest masters of English prose and both his fiction and non-fiction is noted for the intensity of the language. His writing style has been described as magic realism with a blend of fantasy, knife-sharp satire and many digressions in the plot. A major factor that dominates his work is the essence of India though he settled abroad for more than four decades, his knowledge and love for India has never been on a wane. In his novel, Midnight’s children, which he wrote in 1981 has been his booker prize winning novel.
He has lived there for sometime, and has been in a cast for a while too, so he knows the daily routines of all of his neighbors. The cinematography element that helps portray the multiple lives within the apartment complex is the panning shots. The camera goes from one window to the next and emphasizes an action that the characters do in that moment. Like the ballerina dancing while making breakfast, the newly wed couple come into their new home, and the Thorwald's crumbling marriage. Because Jeff is able to pan across the different lives of his neighbors, he has the opportunity to reflect on his life to see if he is living the life he had wanted and make the changes necessary for a happy life.
Maybe it was truth, I laughed happy that the nightmare was just that, a nightmare. I decided to exchange the products in that village, I formed friendships with some locals and after a few days I was back in my home, accompanied by other merchants who wanted to go to my village. Back in my village, my brothers helped me to unpack; I heard that they were laughing at me, implying that I didn 't only to exchange goods, but I had gone really well in the company of someone else. When I asked why, I was given a small notebook, which I always carried with me. In the middle of my notebook was written a
Kanthapura is best example of how Gandhian ideologies nfluenced in Indian writing in English. An Epic is a long narrative poem telling of heroic acts, the birth and death of a hero or of nation’s etc.Kanthapura is also an epic. Kanthapura is a tell of the impact that Gandhi had on the nation. He converted the whole nation into an army of freedom fighters. Gandhi was no less than the hero of an epic.
And it is because-- they were. For those of us who knew and loved Michael before he even discovered hair gel, the collection of pictures, moments and memories is extensive. They attest not only to his sweetness and laughter, but his amazing wit, brilliance and imagination. For me, those stories span more than three decades—from afternoons hanging out at my house to his patiently teaching me to drive stick in one of his many new cars, and hours watching Scarface—and then his own Tony Montana impression with powdered sugar and a black suit included. There’s dancing at Central City in Gainesville and a cast of common friends like Keven Cohen, Mark Burch and James Shepherd.
During the first half of the twentieth century, Mulk Raj Anand played an important role to bring India’s controversial issues. The ‘Untouchable’ is a unique experiment in the art of fiction by its concentration on a single day’s experience in the life of its hero. Anand’s achievement in the novel becomes more spectacular when we think that the hero is a sweeper boy of just eighteen years of age, a member of a so called untouchable community whose life is nothing but uneventful to an ordinary observer. The novel becomes a great work by drawing into its world the life and culture of a whole village community. Bakha, the sweeper boy is the center round which the world of the novel unfolds itself.