A STUDY ON GLOBALIZATION IN ‘THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS’ BY DESAI

Authors

  • Dr.S. Meena priya dharshini Assistant Professor in Women’s Studies Mother Teresa Women’s University
  • M. Maria Jeba Sheela Scholar Department of Women’s Studies Mother Teresa Women’s University

Abstract

The present paper aims to bring forth Kiran Desai’s concept of Globalization as depicted in
her booker award winning novel:‘The Inheritance of Loss’. Kiran Desai has deftly exfoliated the
claims of globalization with the advancement of information technology which profess to great
wealth and well being in integrating the cultural diversities. Globalization has had and will
continue to have effects on many aspects of society, including language. Globalization can be
defined as interconnection of global economic, political cultural and environmental process that
continually transforms present conditions. Kiran Desai explores the impact of globalization
expressed in terms of financial security in alien lands, racial discrimination, bitterness of
immigration, complexity of high tech society and disillusionment born out of the opulence of the
west.

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Published

2017-10-31

How to Cite

dharshini, D. M. priya, & Sheela, M. M. J. (2017). A STUDY ON GLOBALIZATION IN ‘THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS’ BY DESAI. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 5(10), 5. Retrieved from https://www.ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/2993