Reflection of Immigrant Experience in Bharati Mukherjee’s Wife
P. Geetha Davenci, Dr. A. Rajalakshmi
Mechanism, rootlessness, nostalgia, tribulations, diasporic
Bharti Mukherjee is an expatriate writer of productive Indian descent. Expatriate writings occupy a crucial place within the present fictional situation, while Bharti Mukherjee occupies a special place. Mukherjee's second novel Wife could be a dramatic portrayal of the key intricacies of a woman's interior. It refers not only to reproducing female consciousness but also to multidimensional ways of understanding female marital relationships. Dimple Dasgupta is the heroine. As she dreamed, her marriage to engineer Amit Basu was an alternative to marrying a neurosurgeon. Tradition suppresses Dimple’s diasporic life within the sort of Amit’s demand on Dimple to be a submissive wife. They moved to the United States and knew a way to accommodate disorientation and loneliness. At a peak, she jumps the rope to escape her womb. As anger is expressed within the kind of abuse, the narrative becomes tragic. Her female characters are immigrants and have knowledge of cultural trauma but they are potential women and care to establish their personalities by taking responsibility for their adventurous journey. Thus, this paper aims to explore the reflection of the immigrant experience in Bharati Mukherjee’s Wife
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

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