SOCIAL PROTEST IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S NOVEL UNTOUCHABLE
Author(s):
M.SUDHA
Keywords:
social snobbery, squalor, ignorance, self-awareness
Abstract
MULK RAJ ANAND , like Prem Chand in Hindi and Sarat Chandra in Bengali, passionately concerned with the hardship of the life of villagers, their poverty, squalor and backwardness coupled with gross ignorance and the cruelties of caste, took upon himself the task of attacking social snobbery and prejudice. The Indian life that he depicts in his novels. In the field of Indo-English fiction, Anand is perhaps the first to have written of this ‘motley crowd’ who had hitherto been largely ignored by other contemporary Indian writers . He has been relentlessly advocating for the need to help raise the untouchables, the peasants, the serfs, the coolies and the oppressed and suppressed sections of society to human dignity and self – awareness, to shake them of from ignorance, apathy and despair they are sunk in.
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Unique Paper ID: 157009

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 5

Page(s): 639 - 641
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