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JCR. 2020; 7(13): 4656-4660


TRADITIONAL IDENTITIES AND ITíS PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF ARAVIND ADIGAíS BETWEEN THE ASSASSINATIONS(2008).

Devid Payeng.

Abstract
In the novel, Between the Assassinations (2008) Adiga has created a fictional town called Kittur. The town can be called as a microcosm of post-independent India. Althought, it can‚Äünot be called as a novel in the conventional sense of the term, yet various short stories of the book is connected by the similarities in setting and theme. It has people of different religious groups, language, ethnicity, class and caste. The novelist has created a fictional setting which reflects the complex edifice of Indian society. The semi urban city of Kittur serves as a perfect setting to examine various existing forms of marginalization and exploitations. His stories are documents of the deplorable conditions of minorities, lower caste, landless peasants, women, daily wage laborers, security guards, beggars etc.



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