Colonial Realization in N.S. Naipaul’s Novels


  • Dr. S Leela, Former Controller of Examinations, Periyar University, Salem, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Dr. K.A. Agalya, Asst Professor of English, Sri Vasavi College, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India


society, individual culture, confusion, identity.


Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul, the most celebrated, questionable voluminous, yet unique and a flexible virtuoso is a writer, history specialist, writer and a travelog author of current world. Naipaul, can convey what needs be betterly than the individuals who have a rich past. Naipaul's very own desire to convey reality makes him to grapple with the heroes who depict complex destiny of a person, who tries to characterize his personality in a milieu which is portrayed by change and motion instead of by request and soundness. The uprooted and separated heroes of his works progress toward becoming instruments of an analyzer and clarifier of that brutal reality which a man without roots feels just as encounters. His fiction depicts battle of rootless men in a fit up society and in his endeavor to insist his trustworthiness and character. At some point he bombs however his inclination to endure never kicks the bucket. He characterizes and reclassifies rather elucidates the situation of a person who is a drifter in this turbulent world. The present paper manages of Naipaul's anecdotal world concentrating on the worries of a dislodged man who in a socially denied society, battles to keep up and protect his reality. While trying to reshape a man's thoughts regarding his independence and respectability, Naipaul demonstrates how a man discharges himself from the device of circumstances.



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Leela, D. S., & Agalya, D. K. (2019). Colonial Realization in N.S. Naipaul’s Novels. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 7(2), 9. Retrieved from