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PERSONAL LONLINESS IN JHABVALA’S TO WHOM SHE WILL

Saranya Devi. P

Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of English,

Government Arts and Science College,

Komarapalayam – 648 183

 

Dr. G. Keerthi

Head, Department of English

Government Arts and Science College,

Komarapalayam – 648 183,

E mail id: saranyadevipradeep@gmail.com

Mob: 9976733833

 

Abstract:

India in the fifties was in a state of transition. Ruth Prawer Jhabvala left England in 1951 to encounter an India engaged in the mighty experiment of bringing its four hundred million people into the mainstream of modern life. An era of science, technology and modern economy was being ushered in. Education in general and the women in particular were gaining momentum. A new generation of Westerners, drawn by Indian spiritualism, started coming in. Unlike their predecessors, they came not to conquer but to be conquered. Jhabvala wrote this novel in 1955 when India was still adjusting itself to its newly acquired freedom and problems which came with it. The novelist seems to have a good dig at the Indian mentality of showing off. The novelist’s treatment of the comic may easily warrant her being rated as Jane Austen of Indo-English fiction. This paper discuss about the tragic central figure Amrita.

journal of english

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