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The God Of Small Things: A Saga Of Loss And Gain



Authored By: Meenu Dubey


Publisher:  Authorspress


ISBN-13: 9789352072125


Year of Publication: 2016


Pages: 164

                                       Binding: Hardback(HB)


Category:  English Literature


Price in Rs. 525.00

                             Price in (USA) $. 42

                            
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About the Book


 

 The God of Small Things: A Saga of Loss and Gain focuses upon the conflict of female psyche in perspective of their lost social scenario of frustration along with promises for the acquisition of better world-work-place. The theme is spread through the chapters – Contemporary Tragedy and Paradise Lost. Exposure of Aristocratic and Hypocrite Society. Retrospective Vision of Tragedy of Three Generations of Women: Predicaments, Acquisitions, Attainments and Impressions. Confrontation Between Laltain and Mombatti. Echo of Christian Myths. Dizzying Flight around Smaller Concentric Circle.


About the Author


 

Dr. Meenu Dubey teaches English at Raja Mohan Girls P. G. College, Faizabad. She has to her credit several published articles in the field of burning social issues along with literary articles in various national and international journals and published books of renowned editors. She has participated and presented papers in various national and international seminars and conferences. Besides this she is an active member of academic and social organizations. She worked as advisor of Advisory Committee of Local Family Court. She authored 7 books of critical study related to the syllabus of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Faizabad U. P.

Dr. Dubey’s thesis on ‘Myths, Legends and Reality in the novels of Mulk Raj Anand. R. K. Narayan and Raja Rao: A Critical Study’, was published in 2010. She co-edited the book entitled Indian English Drama: Critical Perspectives with Dr. Amar Nath Prasad.