A comparative study of detective genre/fiction of great writers Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Indian Bengali writer Satyajit Ray and it's impact on today's generation
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Dhanashri Tanaji Jadhav, Shobha A.Patil, Devaki Tanaji Jadhav
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As we all know that In the language not English but any language or the literature made in English language have no limits, it is hard to read only one kind. As we know that horror, motivational, mysterious, detective genres mostly read. There are so many types of works or themes used by various writers but mystery or mysterious writing always required. That makes reader or spectator stick to the work or movie. It keeps everyone involved in the work of art no one knows how and when the turning point comes. This paper detective genre (mystery) in the selected work of British writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Indian Bengali writer Satyajit Ray is about to put light on how both writers keep us read their work , how they raise excitement through their mysterious way of writing, how both used animal imagery effectively for the sake of mystery .This paper is about highlights how Feluda and Sherlock Holmes are very similar to each other and also their creator’s have so many things in common. And most importantly the interest of today’s generation towards Indian writing, actually not just Indian but writing in any language or either they reading books or using social media, PDFs of books for their sake of knowledge in this Lockdown.
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Unique Paper ID: 149462

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 12

Page(s): 427 - 429
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