BREAKING THE BARRIERS: DISPLACEMENT TO SELF- REALIZATION IN BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S THE TIGER’S DAUGHTER
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 4965-4969
AbstractThis paper is an in-depth analysis of women characters in the novel of Bharati Mukherjee. Mukherjee's entire fiction is characterized by variations on the themes of immigration, displacement, and the re-creation of identities. She calls herself an American writer of Tara in The Tiger’s Daughter is analyzed particularly of women migrants. The change in the place and time brings about a change that happens independently of the sex. The conventional experience of the migrant revolves around the phases of alienation, displacement, dislocation, and depression. By breaking this Mukherjee introduces the feelings of acceptance, delight, and pleasure in being a part of the host land. Displacement theory is applied for the study. The oddities and brutalities they underwent and the transitions of the heroines are explored in the paper.
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