Dr. V Viswanath and Dr. P Murali Krishna Reddy
Manju Kapur daringly presents the themes of ‘protest’ and ‘sexuality’ in her novels. It is also shown that she has not intimidated the reader by shocking him, by breaking through the normative order. It is argued that this is possible because the author has a peculiar desire for driving her novel towards the populist concerns. This she does by including various details. This chapter attempts to trace these elements in the fictions of Manju Kapur. The purpose of this chapter is to subject the following three novels, the Home, A Married Woman, and The Immigrant to a critical scrutiny.
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