International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 10, Part H (2015)
Identity Consciousness: Traumatic Status of Nina in Manju Kapur’s The Immigrant
Jaisre V Sharma
Literature often provides social proof. Through novels, society can be viewed, which can give an insight into its culture. Among the present day writers, women writers are dynamic witness to the peculiar socio-cultural, historic, political conflict faced by Indian women. Manju Kapur is one among the present day writers like Anita Desai, Arundhathi Roy, Kiran Desai, Anita Nair, and Jhumpa Lahiri have been crowned with literary glory by winning many awards. Her fourth novel Immigrant, published in 2008.The aim of the present paper is to focus the status of an Indian woman Manju Kapur's protagonist Nina, who strive hard to maintain her identity after her married life in an alien country with her husband Ananda.
How to cite this article:
Jaisre V Sharma. Identity Consciousness: Traumatic Status of Nina in Manju Kapur’s The Immigrant. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(10): 518-520.