REPRESENTING BOMBAY IN THE NOVELS OF ANOSH IRANI

Authors

  • D. Ronald Hadrian Ph.D Scholar P.G Department of English Kongu Arts and Science College, Erode, India
  • S. Govarthini Assistant Professor Sri Jairam Arts and Science College, Salem, India.

Abstract

This paper focuses on the representation of Bombay in the novels of Anosh Irani. The
author has been keen on depicting Bombay by describing all the aspects of the city. These
aspects are magic, poverty, thievery, music, pollution, dancing, murder and lust. Each aspect
is explained with reference to his novels, namely,The Cripple and the Talisman and The
Song of Kahunsha.By explaining these aspects he has reimagined Bombay basically to
manipulate things like time, space and memory in order to produce an imagined version of
the city that intersects with the real.

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Published

2018-04-27

How to Cite

Hadrian, D. R., & Govarthini, S. (2018). REPRESENTING BOMBAY IN THE NOVELS OF ANOSH IRANI. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 6(4), 11. Retrieved from https://ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/3644