Revisiting the Past: A Thematic Study of Man Booker Prize Winning Novel Wolf Hall Written by Hilary MantelJournal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.5, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2020-03-20
Authors : Meenakshi Joshi;
Page : 544-548
Keywords : Mythology; Prophecies; witchcraft;
Man Booker Prize is the most prominent award every year provided to the finest work in fiction of literary area. The award is an opportunity and a platform to sensible literature and novelists and their work. It helps them to make their approach to global readers. The research paper is the thematic study of Wolf Hall, one of the winning novels of Booker award. The novel won the award of 2010, written by Novelist Hilary Mantel who won the award twice for her Tudor novels in series. The novel provides a window to the readers to revisit the history of the country England). Mantel Shows the England of sixteenth Century through the eyes of her Protagonist Thomas Cromwell. She has woven the national myth with the historical facts into the novel. She includes the nation defining events to explore the nation's identity. Mantel has taken the most influential and discussed period of the history which plays an important role in the history of England as a nation.
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