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Postcolonial Perspectives in the Select Novels of Arun Joshi: An Analitical Study

Journal: Praxis International Journal of Social Science and Literature (Vol.1, No. 1)

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Page : 2-5

Keywords : Postcolonial Perspectives; Reality; Human existence; Socio-economic and Political issues.;

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Arun Joshi novels reflect the rise of postcolonial neo-colonial problems and the lionization of diasporic writing with its radical restructuring of social relations that distinguishes the modern epoch from everything that comes before. Arun Joshi, as a postcolonial as well a postmodern writer, recognizes a reality beyond the mere phenomenal world. He captures it by giving a consistent form to the shapeless facts of human existence. The postcolonial-independence period in India has been a period of significant yield of Indo-English writings, wherein the socio-economic and political issues were interpreted .The novels of Arun Joshi has succeeded in revealing a realistic picture of the epoch, events and populace of contemporary India. With the advent of colonization, European languages and culture made its way to the non-European countries. More pliant than any other form of art, it was easy to perforate and adapt to the varied cultures and modes of expression in different European settlements. The resultant literary phenomenon was a radically unique form of a novel encapsulating indigenous experience in European languages and techniques.

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