THE THEME MARGINALIZATION THROUGH THE POEM “LAMENT FOR SYRIA” BY AMINEH ABOU KERECH

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  • S. HEMAMALINI III B.A.ENGLISH LITERATURE PKR ARTS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN GOBICHETTIPALAYAM, ERODE (DT) TAMILNADU - 638452

Abstract

Marginalized literature rummage with the quenched classes who are kept devoid of their paramount rights to chip in the social, religious, cultural, political, educational and economics spheres of their lives and are kept standoffishly estranged mundanely.  It is an emanation of ramifications of the postcolonial literature.  Their torments are axiomatic through our hackneyed Dalit writers and Refugee writers.  Thanks to all the Dalit and Refugee writers for their benefaction.  The cramp in their voices implies that they should be the antipodal to have such painful voices.  It paves the way for 4th world literature.  The voiceless endows a voice here; the wordless endows a word here.

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Published

2018-08-28