RUSKIN BOND’S PANTHER’S MOON: A STORY OF A STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVALJournal: SCHOLARLY RESEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (Vol.6, No. 46)
Publication Date: 2018-09-01
Authors : Yatharth N. Vaidya;
Page : 11079-11084
Keywords : NA;
Ruskin Bond is a writer who writes regional stories set against the background of Himalayan hills. Many of his stories depict the struggle for survival for the people who live in the villages located in Himalayan valley. Some of Ruskin Bond's stories are full of adventures. Bond depicts the hard life of Himalayan children. As there is no school in villages, children have to walk about five miles every day to and fro. The weather in hills is also uncertain. There is always possibility of rain and land slide. The animal like panther may attack anytime. Sometimes animals also become man-eater. Thus, the people who live in the villages located in the Himalayan valleys are always under constant fear. In Panther's Moon Bond describes hard life of villagers. The current research paper studies how Bond describes struggle for survival of inhabitants of Himalayan hills in his episodic story Panther's Moon.
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