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    THE REFLECTION OF LIBERATION WAR OF BANGLADESH CONCENTRATING ON TAHMIMA ANAM’S NOVEL A GOLDEN AGE  

 

SHORIF MOLLAH                                                             

A PHD CANDIDATE,

JAGANNATH UNIVERSITY, DHAKA-1100, BANGLADESH

 

 

The researcher of this paper firmly believes in the power of words of fiction. He even thinks that fiction can only be medium of free expression than any other forms of writings. This young, idiosyncratic and energetic PhD seeking pupil has been working on Bangladeshi literary contributions to English Literature from different perspectives.

 

Abstract

This thesis will analyze the ways how Anam looks into the Liberation War of Bangladesh in 1971. Here she illustrates the struggle for freedom from all sections of people. She has written A Golden Age with many fictional and symbolic characters. Thus she wanted to present either of the typical persons who were involved in the real war of 1971. She describes all the characters in a psychic way where she portrays how the war affected and made changes in whole social structure. The central character Rehana Haque and her two children are completely the embodiment of thousands of Bangladeshis who passed these phases of turmoil and birth of nation.

Keywords: Genocide, Guerrilla, Psychological Journey, Refugees, Liberation War of 1971, Freedom Fighter

journal of english journal of english

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