Authored By: Nirjharini Tripathy
Year of Publication: 2019
|Pages: 122||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: Literary Criticism & Theory
|Price in Rs. 420.00||Price in (USA) $. 33.6|
This book explores the concept of Trauma, Terrorism and War on Terror from three challenging perspectives ensuing from Pakistan, India and America. The ability of the human creativity to create ancillary worlds is a vital cause why multiple articulative delineation of 9/11 have ensued in the evoke of the enormity, varying from fictions to poems, from pictorial novels to movies, from songs to paintings. It choses for its discourse three prominent and popular novels by three different writers. Two novels Falling Man and The Reluctant Fundamentalist and their respective novelists Don Delillo and Mohsin Hamid opines contrasting opinions on the incidents of that particular day. The third book The Half Widow by Shafi Ahmad opines another face of terrorism.
Nirjharini Trpathy is a lecturer in English, Prananath Autonomous College, Khordha, disha. She has several years of teaching experience in both UG and PG department of English in Mysore and Odisha. She loves reading and teaching is her passion. Writing is her life, the best way to express herself and communicate to the world.