Condition Of Married Women In That Long Silence
Author(s):
Renu, Dr. Barun Kumar Jha
Keywords:
Patriarchal, Frustration, Timid, Male Superiority.
Abstract
This paper defines the condition of married women in the novel of “That long Silence” by Shashi Deshpande. This novel described the milieu of patriarchal culture, frustration, male superiority, and timid behaviour of female characters. Many Indian women novelist raises a question about the condition of married women in traditional and patriarchal society. Shashi Deshpande is a renowned and eminent novelist of contemporary Indian in English Literature. She has the credit of writing well known novels: The Dark Holds No Terrors, The Binding Vine, Small Remedies, Roots and Shadows, If I Die Today , In The Country of Deceit and That Long Silence. Her works translated into many languages. That Long Silence (1988)was her fifth novel which was recognised with ‘ Sahitya Akademi Award,' in 1990 and The Padma Shri Award in 2009.
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Unique Paper ID: 157099

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 14 - 16
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