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  • TANGLED LIVES: THE EFFECT OF PARTITION WITH REFERENCE TO TRAIN TO PAKISTAN, AZADI AND TAMAS


Dr. Jaishree Umale, Savita Chaurasiya

Abstract:
Train to Pakistan written by Khushwant Singh, Azadi written by Chaman Nahal and Tamas written by Bhisham Sahni are a few novels which are based on the partition of India and Pakistan. All these three novels revealthat before partition there was communal harmony among people of different communities.


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  • TRAPPED IN THE WOVEN PLOTS: IDENTITY RECOGNITION AND RE-ESTABLISHMENT IN THE PLOT AGAINST AMERICA


Gong Yijin

Abstract:
The Plot Against America written by Philip Roth in 2004 raises the question what if history has made a turn. In "Writing American Fiction", Roth utters his disappointment for American fiction writing: It stupefies, it sickens, it infuriates, and finally it is even a kind of embarrassment to one's meager imagination.


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  • Major Paradigm of the 21st century in Amish Tripathi’s The Secret of the Nagas


Satish Kumar, Rajkumar Saini

Abstract:
The purpose paper deals with the major paradigm of the 21st century. In The Secret of the Nagas, Tripathi represents a clear cut vision of the 21th century India in which various problems as communal violence, human trafficking, bull racing, malnutrition and animal slaughtering that are prevalent in today’s Indian society, are the major selected themes of the novel.


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