Transformation of Ethics and Morality of Diaspora in the Mauritian Narrative
The human civilization shows the dynamic aspect of migration that has taken place all along our existence. In present context of the migration limits itself within the realm of boundaries of inter or intrastate based on the outcome of industrial revolution and creation of republics during European Renaissance. The colonization and the freedom struggle show the national as well as individual aspiration. “The Republic” of Plato has a great intrinsic influence directly or indirectly in shaping our religion, culture and morality. Hence our conscience and behavioral patterns, literature, religion, culture and morality share similar as well as different facets of social realism and language reflection on the society. Now we can say diaspora/migration has itself multiple meanings. According to Cohen, a diaspora is considered as an ethnic group that has moved away and dispersed from an original homeland to a foreign area or country (Cohen, 2008). The Inter dependable and complicated relationship between our literature culture and morality cannot separate from each other. Mauritian literature is represented as a source of social conflict, racial discrimination, as well as ethnic and domestic violence.
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