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Year: 2015 | Month: September | Volume: 2 | Issue: 9 | Pages: 593-595

Cultural Identity and Feminist Vision in the Novels of Bharati Mukherjee

Felix Nayak

Assistant Professor & Head, Department of English, Mahant Laxmi Narayan Das College, Raipur (C.G.).


Cultural alienation is a global problem today. The huge difference between two ways of life results in a person getting depressed and frustrated. Bharati Mukherjee describes the American experience as one of ‘fusion’ and immigration a ‘two way process’ in which both the writer and the immigrants grow by the interchange and experience. In her novels ‘The Tiger’s Daughter’ and ‘Jasmine’, Bharati Mukherjee has displayed a dual cultural shock.

Key Words: Fusion, Cultural, Alienation.

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