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Title: Combating Social Evils A Study on Select Works of V S Naipaul and Aravind Adiga
Researcher: Dhilshath Banu M
Guide(s): Chitra Sivasubramaniam
Keywords: Social Concern writers
Exploration of Social Issues
To educate the mass
University: Avinashilingam Deemed University For Women
Completed Date: 07.01.2017
Abstract: The study has been pursued on the thesis statement Combating Social Issues: A Study on Select newlineWorks of V.S. Naipaul and Aravind Adiga. It has dealt about the ugly side of societal problems to show newlinehow such problems have created irretrievable predicament to the under privileged Indians. It has been newlinecritically and logically analyzed on three different chapter headings. Three works from Naipaul such newlineas An Area of Darkness, India: A Wounded Civilization, and India: A Million Mutinies and three newlineworks from Aravind Adiga such as The White Tiger, Between the Assassinations and Last Man in newlineTower have been selected for the study. The two eminent writers V.S. Naipaul and Aravind Adiga newlinecommit themselves to explore and represent the Indian societies, which are bound with several newlineintricacies and inconsistencies. As social realists, they write in order to protest irksome realities of newlinesocial issues that characterize India. newlineThe attempts of the writers are the systematic investigations to establish the true face of India. newlineThe writers seem to suggest that they have to tackle all the burning issues of India through which they newlinetry to move India towards the path of progress. Their writings are shown as a crusade for the welfare newlineof the humanity. V. S. Naipaul evinces the painful social issues of India in the twentieth-century and newlineAravind Adiga does the same in the twenty-first century. This obviously shows that India s ailments newlineand sorrows extend in every century without much changes and that nothing is uprooted. It indicates newlinethat instant efforts should be taken with deep sense of urgency to exterminate the maladies of India, or newlineelse, a writer from the twenty-second century will still have to examine the same issues. newlinei) Major objectives : newline(1) to explore the similarities of the contemporary issues of life in India as portrayed in the select works of V.S. Naipaul and Aravind Adiga (2) to reveal the true melancholic picture of India through the select works of V.S. Naipaul and Aravind Adiga (3) to explore how newlineV.S. Naipaul and Aravind Adi
Pagination: 193 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/197521
Appears in Departments:Department of English

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