B. P. PODDAR INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY
**DR. PRIYANKA CHANDA
The talented writer of Nectar in a sieve ,a miniature epic of Indian village life looks back towards pre independent India’ s rural scenario for a novel sketched upon the complicated lives of Indian people moved by Europeanization and a developing desire for freedom. The tragedy, Some Inner Fury by Kamala Markandaya is designed by the political uncertainty of the thrash about for sovereignty, intercultural affairs, uprooting from one’s own culture and associated troubles, particularly with influential political stress distressing the existence of the typeset. Here also the heroine speaks for her as a pretty, sensitive , young lady of higher blood fallen in love with Richard, an Englishman whom Kit, her Oxford educated brother brings home on an appointment . When Richard first visits elegant Kit’s house is not at all aware of the fade wrinkles of Mira’s life and her family and the heavy tempest which finally cracks the lovers, both have to declare a devotion which cannot be deprived of for his own nation. But before happening this Mira and Richard achieve genuine love. Kit marries cute and timid Prem for whom Govind, Kit’s younger stepbrother who becomes nationalist terrorist has deep love. Mira works in the paper under Roshan, an active lady leader frequently imprisoned for the reason of independence. The conflict of personal and political emotions crack when Prem and Kit individually become victims in a fire executed by terrorist which burns the mission school, and when the court remains unresponsive to give justice ,moreover makes the partiality deeper between British and Indians.