The Making of an Individual in the Society as Portrayed in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe
The inner personality or the inner self is the individual in pure form. But the projection of the same individual with many outer forms governed by the impressions of the world create an image for the society and he lives with the mask of completeness. This process of identification can be compared to the formation of a fruit that gets a falsified form when observed from outside with the hard core shells as imposed qualities of the outer world. As the two layers of the fruit symbolizing the societal perception, ego get dismantled, we find the individual with his self inside that lies hidden from the contours of pretentious intentions. Society is dependent on individual, and individual is dependent on the world of nature outside. Our relationship with the world determines our inner personality which inturn determines society outside.