QUEST FOR IDENTITY INNOVATION IN GITHA HARIHARAN’S “THE THOUSAND FACES OF NIGHT
Author(s):
V.Pandimeena, A.Anitha
Keywords:
Tradition, transition, modernity, social system, myth.
Abstract
Githa Hariharan one of the important Indian women writers portrays women who face battles with men and society in her first novel “The thousand faces of night”. Hariharan has used the legend and belief to convey the deep-rooted civilization of Indian existence. The values and establishment of the Hindu society position a big responsibility in this novel. The three female characters Devi, Sita, Mayamma try to find out their own personality in their own customs. Their prospect is very hig about the marital being but they accept the sudden unhappiness. This novel reveals the eternal struggle for their human rights and their investigate for identity character in the near world .Indian women lives and pitch glow on the rising independence if Githa hariharan.
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Unique Paper ID: 147401

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 7

Page(s): 390 - 392
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