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Cross Cultural Perspectives in the Select Novels of Salman Rushdie and V.S Naipaul  

Proceedings of Research Papers Presented At The National Research Seminar In English On “Widening Canvas Of Literature” Held On 03rd And 04th December, 2015

 Dr.  Aparna Banik

Assistant Professor (English)

Cloth Market Girls Commerce College, Indore

&

Ms. Vanshika Gangwani

Assistant Professor of English in AITR Indore

Abstract

The proposed paper entitled cross cultural perspectives : in the novel of Salman Rushdie and V.S Naipaul, is serious attempt to explore their concern for the displaced position of migrants. Rushdie and V.S Naipaul both are Diaspora writers they both have seen consequences of Diaspora, both of them are dislocated writers due to transcending boundaries, and its  consequences are much focused issues in the present day literature. Migration often creates forces of different magnitudes acting simultaneously.. The present paper will probe into the cross cultural issues occurred due to Diaspora in the writing of Salman Rushdie and V.S Naipaul.

Salman Rusdie and V.S Naipaul have a number of novels in their credit  which  highlight  the displaced position of migrants and the representation of their struggle with different culture .The novels which are chosen for this paper include:

V.S  Naipaul’s ”A House for Mr. Biswas” published in (1961).Salman Rushdi’s “Midnight’s Children” Published in (1981). 

Keywords- Diaspora, Nostalgia, Shift from nostalgia to utopia, Cross-Culture.

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Cross Cultural Perspectives in the Select Novels of Salman Rushdie and V.S Naipaul

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