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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 4067-4068

Struggle for Emotional and Intellectual Liberation in Shashi Deshpande’s That Long Silence and The Dark Hold No Terror

G.Saratha Lakshmi, Dr.J.Thenmozhi.


Women are considered custodians of cultural particularism by venture of being less assimilated. She is controlled in different ways to preserve the identities of national cultural collectiveness. But the new woman voices out of resentment and she has her own changed notions of life. She wants to break free from the shackles of her traditional positions and attain self-fulfillment more important than the duty of sacrificing herself for her husband and children. This paper attempts to define the struggle of ShashiDeshpande’s heroines to attain emotional and intellectual liberation

Key words: Identity, Supremacy, Relationship, Responsible, Disaster, Individuality, Resentment.

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