PROBLEMS AND LOST OF IDENTITY IN THE SALMAN RUSHDIE’S 20TH CENTURY MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN AND SHAME NOVELS - A STUDY
Author Name : P.R.V.N. Kesava Kumar
Volume : II, Issue :III,November - 2016
Published on : 2016-11-29 , By : IRJI Publication
The present study involves the idea of issues and lost personality in Rushdie's books and the journey of people for the self. Rushdie's field of fiction constitutes a noteworthy portion and the characters battle to build up their personality however all futile. To have the profound perception of the characters that lose their personality and self are as they are manikins in the hands of destiny. His books steadfastly portray the scrape of individuals with a fractional personality. The accentuation and the sense is never truant from his psyche. The characters that lose their personality, don't generally realize what they are scanning for yet at the same time the look holds on for some dynamic quality which blazes inside them.