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RACISM: A STUDY OF MONICA ALI’S BRICK LANE

 

FAKHARE ALAM

RESEARCH SCHOLAR

DEPT. OF ENGLISH & MEL

UNIVERSITY OF LUCKNOW

INDIA

DOI: 10.24113/ijellh5283                                   https://doi.org/10.24113/ijellh5283                                                         

 Abstract

Brick Lane is fraught with the issues pertaining to racism. The novel explores the issues related to racism in more detail and assesses the relevance of it in the present era of multiculturalism and globalization. The issues include: discrimination, hatred, prejudice, exploitation, oppression, suppression, dislike, intolerance, and so forth. The novel also examines the consequent effect of racism on the lives of affected people. The novel also endeavours to illustrate the colonial aftermath through the knowledge of history of the character.

Key Words: Racism, Race, Hatred, Prejudice, Intolerance, exploitation, discrimination.

journal of english

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