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Racial Discrimination in Timeri Murariís Enduring Affairs

Dr. R. Mahendran, G. Muniyaraj.

Abstract
Today, racism is an international issue that it is existing in humankind. In the world, people are still
discriminated by language, age, religion, caste, gender, nationality, region, race and etc., Hundreds of men and
women have been affected with it and some people take action against racism. Everyone should be equal in the
nation, but immigrants and minority community members are insulted by colour. Few people still trust that they
are superior by the colour, it is very unfortunate. Some literary writers such as Alice Walker, Toni Morison,
Richard Write, Mulkraj Anand, Chatan Bhagat, and Chitara Banerjee have dealt with the racism in their
writings. In this array, Timeri N. Murari portrays racial discrimination in his novel Enduring Affairs (1990). He
is an Indian novelist, playwrite, essayist and journalist. Enduring Affairs is the story of the two youths;
Chellapthimalai Venugopalan Charlie, Home Minister of Tamil Nadu, and Dexter Franklin Prescott III Empire
in America. Charlie goes to America for his education. There he is discriminated by his colour and nationality.
Similarly, some black people also face the same problems in America by white people. This paper is going to
deal with how black people are discriminated by white people in America with particular reference to Timeri N.
Murariís Enduring Affairs.

Key words: Racism, discrimination, colour, immigrant, sex, black


 
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Dr. R. Mahendran, G. Muniyaraj. Racial Discrimination in Timeri Murariís Enduring Affairs. JCR. (2021), [cited February 06, 2021]; 8(1): 546-549. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.59



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Dr. R. Mahendran, G. Muniyaraj (2021) Racial Discrimination in Timeri Murariís Enduring Affairs. JCR, 8 (1), 546-549. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.59



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Dr. R. Mahendran, G. Muniyaraj. 2021. Racial Discrimination in Timeri Murariís Enduring Affairs. Journal of Critical Reviews, 8 (1), 546-549. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.59



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Dr. R. Mahendran, G. Muniyaraj. "Racial Discrimination in Timeri Murariís Enduring Affairs." Journal of Critical Reviews 8 (2021), 546-549. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.59



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Dr. R. Mahendran, G. Muniyaraj. "Racial Discrimination in Timeri Murariís Enduring Affairs." Journal of Critical Reviews 8.1 (2021), 546-549. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.59



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Dr. R. Mahendran, G. Muniyaraj (2021) Racial Discrimination in Timeri Murariís Enduring Affairs. Journal of Critical Reviews, 8 (1), 546-549. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.59