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Exploring the Umbilical Ties in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters

*Seema Arora

Ph.D. Research Scholar (Final)

Department of English

 Dr.CVRU, Bilaspur (C.G) INDIA

Assistant Professor

 Department of Humanities

 Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Professional Management and Technology Raipur (C.G) 492015 INDIA

 

**Dr.Madhu Kamra

Department of English

 Durga Mahavidyalaya

 Raipur (C.G) 492001

 INDIA

    

 

ABSTRACT

A mother is an idealized image in a family. She is an embodiment of love, care, affection, selfless devotion and understanding. Synonymous of sweetness, softness and everything that is humane and noble, a mother plays a pivotal role in the upbringing of her children, compared to a father in a family. Especially, the emotional bond and interdependence in a mother-daughter relationship is higher than any other dyads in the family. Traditionally, this relationship of a mother with a daughter is considered a pious one and we have literature, praising and speaking high about this relationship. These two biologically identical beings are closely knit in a bond of understanding adorned with the sweetness of love and trust. But, the harsher reality of this sweet relationship has always been concealed and camouflaged. Some of the modern feminist writers have tried to expose the ground reality of this relationship. They are of the opinion that this relationship is also poisoned by the venom of jealousy, hatred and selfishness and is often moulded by the dominant circumstances. The present paper is an endeavour to uncover the unseen and intricate aspects of mother-daughter relationship in Manju Kapur’s ‘Difficult Daughters.’

Keywords: Mother and Daughter, Biologically Identical, Camouflaged etc.

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Exploring the Umbilical Ties in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters

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