Keywords: Culture Clash, Uprootedness, Neoimperialism, Deprivation, Broken Identity
Abstract: Indian English fiction writings have flourished after the post-independence period. Most of the Indian English novels were dealing with post-partition, changing social-political values and impact of colonial rule on Indian Psyche. Upmanyu Chatterjee wrote some of the prominent novels focusing on changing values of Indian society in postcolonial India were having high education and all comforts of life, characters in novels finds themselves in a cultural dilemma. Postcolonial literature of India which deals with the decolonization of the minds of colonized communities. Important issues like socio-economic disparities, cultural domination, ethical subjugation, identical marginalization, political nepotism, and corrupt bureaucracy have been brought to the forefront by Arvind Adiga in postcolonial Indian English fictions. This research article examines the different aspect of postcoloniality as reflected in the selective novel writing of Upmanyu Chatterjee and Arvind Adiga.
Article Info: Received: 11 Jul 2023, Received in revised form: 13 Aug 2023, Accepted: 20 Aug 2023, Available online: 31 Aug 2023
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