Fictional and Factual Framework of Diseases in Love in the Time of Cholera and The Calcutta Chromosome
There are many writers who use factual and fictional framework for their creative writing. Usually, they use the social, political and economic backdrop for molding the story but some author, who used diseases as a backdrop for developing their plot. They use the flavor of disease to reflect the moods and emotions of the character. The story between the line of the life and death moves with strange passion towards the end and the end of life starts with the rebirth of human being. To intense the distance between life and death, the author gives descriptions of the dead people and for that, he uses many symptoms of diseases as a flavor. The disease may be in society or in neuro of the character is fictional as well as real that provides more opportunities for the reader for analysis. My intention in the present paper is to analyze how the flavor of the disease has depicted in the fictional work by authors.
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