This article aims to probe into the multicultural novels by Anita Desai and enquire into the forms and visions of feminism and female consciousness.
feminism, novel analysis, thematic analysis
Twentieth-century writing has ushered a new area with the writing of many famous Indian woman writers who have depicted women’s sufferings, the discrimination they faced in society, and their pain in family life.
novel analysis, thematic analysis
The portrayal of feminism in Indian literature is considered to be one of the most debated topics. From the 19th century to the 21st century, Indian writers have expressed their concerns and views through their work.
feminism, indian literature
Bharti Mukherjee is an Indian American-Canadian writer who has worked on several novels and short stories. Her third novel Jasmine is considered to be one of her greatest works.
bharati mukherjee, novel analysis, thematic analysis
The Lord of the Flies is a novel published in 1954 that has been authored by British Nobel laureate William Golding.
lord of the flies, novel analysis
The imminent apocalypse of human emotions for the pursuit of self-interest among the boys has been depicted by Golding in the form of the barbarism of the boys.
lord of the flies, novel analysis, thematic analysis
A Lady Writing a Letter, or A Lady Writing, is an oil painting by 17th century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer, completed in 1665. The National Gallery of Art (Washington DC) currently displays this painting, donated by Harry and Horace Havemeyer in 1962.
critical review, novel analysis
Edwin Austin Abbey was an American muralist, illustrator and painter. He rose to prominence during the beginning of what is now known as the “golden age” of illustration. His works had medieval, Shakespearean and Victorian subjects.