Myth and Diaspora in Chitra Banerjee divakaruni's Sister of my heart and Vine of desire
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Shanmugapriya E, Dr.V.Vimala
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Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni makes use of myth to highlight the spirit of experiences that their characters undergo in most of her novels. The present chapter focuses on the Indian myth and mythology used by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni in the novels of Sister of My Heart and A Fine Balance. She enriched Diasporic literature through creative ways, structural exactness, recounting myths, appropriate consequence, symbols, implication and outcome in her novels. In India, legends are all further remarkable one and they take for granted a captivating role in the life and literature of the nation. Its principles have enlivened the Hindu society and have formed its mind
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Unique Paper ID: 157174

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 805 - 808
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