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AN OUTCRY OF THE OUTCAST CHILDREN: WITH REFERENCE TO BAMA’S SCORN

*BRINDHA S

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH

KPR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

ARASUR, COIMBATORE- 641407

 

**RAMYA S

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH (SR. G)

KPR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

ARASUR, COIMBATORE- 641407

 

 

 

Abstract

Discrimination and segregation of dalits are primordial issues to be dealt with an open eye. The paper focuses on the outcry of the outcast children: with reference to the short story Scorn, by the Dalit feminist writer Bama. Real life illustrations substantiate the isolation and ill- treatment of the dalit children and their psychological struggle create fear, anxiety, hatred and a sense of detached attachment towards the society. The fear of rejection in a new environment fetters the children in an intangible emotional situations. A change is necessary for the elevation of the dalit community and it is likely to become a reality only through revolution. Schools and educators are supposed to be the spark that enlightens such a revolution and it should be the center of such vital experiments.

Key words: Discrimination, Isolation and psychological struggle

journal of english

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