Subalternity In Amita Ghosh's The Circle Of Reason

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History and subalternity in Amita Ghosh’s
The Circle of Reason
Dr. Paladugu Jeevan
Department of English, Nizam College
Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telangana
The circle of Reason (1986) encompasses all possible critical consideration by the scholars and critics of postcolonial fiction it has received because it points to the state rationalities that shape postcolonial and subaltern experience. Its conceptual focus on reason, as signaled by the title, makes it a particularly suitable text representing the subaltern history duly interwoven with the narrative of Alu’s run from the police is the story of his recruitment in various utopian scheme. When its characters become migrants-and here the novel fully acknowledges the very different circumstances of
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