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VASSANJI’S NO NEW LAND: A SAGA OF GLOBAL UPROOTEDNESS

DR. HARESHWAR ROY

ASST. PROFESSOR, ENGLISH

GOVT. P.G. COLLEGE SATNA M.P.

INDIA

 

Abstract:

No New Land is Vassanji’s second work of fiction. It is a moving tale of the immigrant experience. It presents a rich description of a transplanted community. Here Vassanji appears as a keen observer of lives caught between one world and another. The novelist illustrates the fate of the Asian Africans in Canada. As a keen observer he portrays how the immigrants are victimised. Here the author explores through the characters the psyche of rootless, frightened and insecure minority immigrants who are pitted against the hypocrite fanatic majority. He wants to draw the attention of the readers on the themes of exile, alienation, memory, nostalgia, identity, race, culture, tradition and community.journal of english

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