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Title: ANGER ANGUISH OF OTHERNESS FEMININE PROTEST IN THE WORKS OF ALICE WALKER
Researcher: PATIL PARVATI
Guide(s): DEEPAK NANAWARE
Keywords: ANGER ANGUISH OF OTHERNESS
University: Solapur University
Completed Date: 31-12-2016
Abstract: Literature as a medium of expression and communication attempts at newlinerepresenting and exploring the way in which people or a social group view and newlineexperience the world. Literature explores the complexity of human experience in a newlinecompelling way; it is a quest to explore, discover and present the human ideas and newlinefeelings. It is the connection with ideas of permanent and universal interest. It also newlinerepresents a language or people: culture and tradition with which the writer introduces newlineand introduced with the new world of experiences. It leads to express human newlineconditions such as the joy of love, sorrow of death, pain of duty, horror of war, newlinerecognition of self and soul and his interaction with society and its response to him. newlineAfrican-American author Angela Y. Davis defines literature as: newlineIt assists people to learn not only about the objective forces newlineat work in the society in which they live, but also about the newlineintensity social character of their interior lives. Ultimately, newlineit can propel people toward social emancipation. newline (Davis, 7) newlineLiterature is interpreted in myriad ways. However, literature is prominently newlineinterpreted as reflecting norms and values concerned with society and culture. newlineLiterature is always considered to be a social reflection and influence which reveals newlinethe ethos of culture, the process of class struggle and certain types of social facts. It is newlinebelieved that literature is a creation giving vent to the creative flair of the writer; newlinehowever, it cannot be isolated from the society. Thus, literature is always interlinked newlinewith the truth of the social norms and values. newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/175892
Appears in Departments:Department of English

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