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Paper 24-RESISTANCE TO ACCULTURATION IN THE NOVELS OF BHARATI MUKHERJEE



PAPER ID:IJIM/V.2(XII)/138-139/24(36)

AUTHOR: Rohtash kumar



TITLE :RESISTANCE TO ACCULTURATION IN THE NOVELS OF BHARATI MUKHERJEE



ABSTRACT:Bharati Mukherjee is a third world Indian born American writer whose novels deals with the South Asian women resistance to acculturation . The socio cultural conflicts are diligently portrayed in the novels of Bharati Mukherjee. It certainly means that cultural differences are responsible for a great deal of conflict, confusion and hostility. Mukherjee's believes in the Hindu philosophy, which is reflected in her novels. Her sensitive portrayal of history infused with her imagination makes her themes and characters lively, throbbing pulsating. Her protagonists experience the cultural conflicts at home and abroad are so accurate and intense.



KEYWORDS:Multiculturalism, Acculturation



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