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PORTRAYAL OF HUMILIATION AND DISCRIMINATION IN JHUMPA LAHIRI'S SHORT STORIES
Prof. Kharbe Ram P.
Volume: 1 Issue: 1 2011
The present paper has been undertaken to explore the portrayal of humiliation and discrimination in Jhumpa Lahiri‟s short stories (special reference to Mrs,Sen’s and The Real Durwan). The paper will mainly focus on the experiences of humiliation and discrimination in short stories, Mrs,Sen’s and The Real Durwan and how these stories play vital role to achieve and demonstrate as diasporic elements. Also Jhumpa turns to social malady- the selfishness, meanness and callousness of the people in general. Interpreter of Maladies is her first book interprets the problems engendered by the experience of migrancy and diaspora such as displacement, rootlessness, fragmentation, discrimination, marginallization and crisis in identity
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