An Ear to the Unheard: A Study of Identity, Border and Marginal Issues in Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

Authors

  • Surajit Mahata Ph.D. Scholar, Department of English. Banaras Hindu University. Varanasi. India

Abstract

It is an obvious fact that Arundhati Roy, both as an emic and an etic, is a keen observer of Indian society and its fabric. She ventures to discover solutions to some abhorrent social issues through her scything criticism and logical thinking. Roy is a social reformer and an activist for the downtrodden and the marginal, a seditionist for the bureaucrats and a revolutionary literary spark for the twentieth-first century litterateurs. The aim of this research paper is to explore the issues of identity, border and societal marginality in Roy's most recent novel The Ministry of Utmost Happiness.

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Published

2018-08-28