VOICE OF POSTMODERNISM ECHOED IN DORIS LESSINGS THE GOLDENNOTEBOOK

Authors

  • V. Bavya Assistant Professor Department of English Theivanai Ammal College for women Villupuram, Tamilnadu India

Abstract

It has become a virtual common place of contemporary criticism that postmodern thought challenges the enlightenment view of human reason. DorisLessing is a Persian born British writer whose novels are concerned with people caught in the social and political upheavals of the twentieth century. Golden notebook is a novel written by DorisLessing. The present paper focused on the voice of postmodernism echoed in the novel, the golden notebook. It is the product of postmodernism. In many ways the novel is incoherent and it needs patience to read all the five hundred and seventy four pages. Anna wulf is the protagonist of the novel. It is through her character the voice of post modernism is reflected in the novel. The chaotic and disjointed form of the novel is supposed to resemble Anna’s mind and her period which is the typical postmodern condition.

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Published

2018-08-28