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Partition and its impact among affected communities

Chandan Kumar Jha

Research Scholar

Dept. of English

L.N.Mithila University, Darbhanga

e-mail id: kumar.chandan959@gmail.com

Mob: 9122937542

 

 ABSTRACT

 

Partition is an enduring subject of Indian writers in English. The event was an unparalleled catastrophe of recent history which ravaged Indian and Pakistani and affected the Sikhs, Sindhis, Hindu, Punjabis and Bengalis in particular many hart rending stories and accounts of Partition continue to be written and discussed and the blame game is still not over. It has been a favourite topic of many authors, artists, journalists, film makers and even writers of memoirs. The present study discusses the highly complex subject of Partition which deals with politics of greed, the abdication of the authorities and the sufferings of males and females during and after Partition. Numerous books have been written on the subject in regional and English language.

Keywords: Partition, trauma, displacement, massacre

journal of english

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