ISSN 2394-5125

    Contemporary Issues Raised And Discussed In The Novels By Indian Authors: An Analytical Study (2019)

    JCR. 2019: 369-376


    Although good novels by well-known writers like Vikram Chandra, Amitav Ghosh, and Salman Rushdie have had the big postcolonial movements typical of a late-20th-century Indian works in display, a roster of young writers also have arisen during this time, establishing a spectrum of new writerly techniques. Among them are Kiran Desai, Aravind Adiga, Githa Hariharan, Samina Ali, Karan Mahajan, and Amitava Kumar. Overall, there has been a switch away from aspirational literary genre in the shape of a massive, baggy creature, which resulted in the publishing of many massive postcolonial works of fiction in the 1980s and 1990s; progressively, the most vibrant and impactful Indian work uses new writerly types and literary styles connected to the shifting landscape of India's current political and social troubles.


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    Volume 6 Issue-2