Illegimate Affair Leads To Trouble
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V.SANGEETHA , S.SUGANTHI
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Manju Kapurís novel Difficult Daughters is a story of a daughterís journey back into her motherís throbbing past. It spans the genres of description and the past and falters in both. The vision of freedom and decolonization were portrayed clearly. The incident like orgies of rape and murder, performer in the name of independence. In the beginning, Ida, the narrator and daughter of character, trying to get back her motherís secret life, turns out to be main story. Virmati was a child of a traditional Hindu family, comes of age in the confused and hopeful 1040s. It was careful to be the time of change to the knowledgeable Indians. showing to taste the new wine of freedom, Virmati encounter freedom-fighters of all religion and persuasions, fall in love, and marries a previously marital lecturer. Sequester with mother-in-law, co-wife and stepchildren, Virmati uses higher learning as an escape road. It is accurate here, ďTeaching led to freedom and movable behaviourĒ. Her development parallel the new-found freedoms of cultured Indian women, but double standards succeed, rising consciousness of the ties that connect.
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Unique Paper ID: 147388

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 7

Page(s): 306 - 308
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