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CONFRONTATION OF SOCIAL AND ETHICAL VALUES IN K. NARAYAN’S NOVELS

*S.AMMANI

.Research Scholar

JNTUA

 

 

**Dr.Y.SUNEETHA

Professor&  Research Supervisor

R.G.M.C.E.T

NANDYAL

 

***Dr.V.B.CHITRA

Associate Prof., English

JNTUA.

 

 

 

 

Abstract

Malgudi is an imaginative locale created by Narayan in his novels and short stories. It forms the setting for most of Narayan’s works. The attempt is made to show, how through the series of Malgudi novels Narayan presents the social values norms, mores which have been in existence and still continue to play a major role in shaping the lives of Hindu people. The important family themes like Marital fidelity, husband-wife & father-son relationship, parental love and lack of communication between the old and the young generation etc. all are beautifully deal by Narayan in his novels. As a comic genius of high order, R.K. Narayan has all along been concealing the values that are dear to him, allowing them to trickle to the reader in and through the experiences of his characters in his novels. They are so deftly touched upon that a reader often misses them. This has stood in the way of his receiving the recognition that is his due. As Warren French rightly observes, “He demands too much of readers and critics who cannot transcend their own apprehension of Doomsday.”

Keywords: Social Values, Norms and Mores, Hindu Society, Family Themes

journal of english

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