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Communicating Violence in Mitra Phukan’s  The Collector’s Wife

*Mrs. Anita Yeshwant Padhye,

Research Scholar,

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

**Dr. R.Y.Shinde,

Research Supervisor,

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

 

Abstract: The Assam Agitation of seventies and eighties is portrayed in The Collector’s Wife by Phukan in all its details from the eyes of the wife of a District Collector. This paper explores the communication of violence through various medium in a conflict ridden fictitious town of Parbatpuri and the innate urge of the individuals to be a party to it. Phukan has tabled both the pros and cons of such exercise being undertaken by the natives, journalists and the insurgents. The very sources of communication are attenuated and this tendency of any human nature is studied aptly by Phukan to highlight the impact of violence on the individuals irrespective of their status in the society.

Key words: horror and terror, gossips, media, violence, atrophied feelings

journal of english

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