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CONFLICT BETWEEN SUBMISSIVE AND IMPUDENT IN KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S “A HANDFUL OF RICE”  

 

* M. KASULAMMA, , M.A (Litt),

Ph.D Research Scholar,  K.L.University,

Vaddeswaram, Guntur  A.P .India.                       

 Kasurah@gmail.com

 **Dr. CH. NARESH

Assoc.Prof., Dept. Of English, KL University,

Vaddeswaram, Guntur  A.P .India. 

 

 Abstract: This paper examines and explores the hardships, tolerance of the protagonist in the male hierarchy in A Handful of Rice by Kamala Markandaya. This novel positively goes far in anticipating that feminist position. What makes Markandaya a great writer who is in incredible demand is her excellent specialty of narrating but putting in slices of reality in her books? There is an unmistakable voice of a feminist in her works however Markandaya here and there digress from supporting the clearly developed present day woman. She in a roundabout way concentrates on the unpleasant and unfortunate aspects of the characters of new woman. While from one viewpoint she lashes out at the Indian males by depicting their un-invited conduct and mind, and the other hand she satirically uncovered the emptiness in the lives of these modern women who are fixated on their valuable sexuality and priceless demands.

 

Keywords:   tradition, feminism, suffering, poverty, hardships, endurance.

journal of english

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