Tomorrow is ours protests against the forces of religion, fascism, imperialism and caste prejudices. It throws light on the sad experiences of its author in this antagonistic world. The novel studies the Indian society minutely. It shows the wide difference between the caste Hindus and the untouchables. It focuses on the hatred, detestation, complete isolation the former nurses for the latter. The novel stresses the need for compassion, affection, love and help for the poor and the neglected class. The high drama of the struggle for freedom, of the distress and dejection brought about by the ravages of the World War, the plight of woman in the male dominated society and finally the triumph of persistence are effectively and forcefully spotlighted.
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