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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part L (2017)

The artistic beauty of Arun Joshi’s Novels

Author(s)
Balumuri Venkateswarlu
Abstract
Arun Joshi is one of the not many Indian writers in English who has effectively uncovered nuances and complexities of contemporary Indian life. He has created convincing work of fiction. This paper targets depicting the problem of current man in Arun Joshi’s books The Foreigner (1968), The Strange Case of Billy Biswas (1971), The Apprentice (1974), and The Last Labyrinth (1981) Through his works, Joshi has attempted to extend the emergency of the urbanized and profoundly industrialized present day development with its dehumanizing sway on the person. Arun Joshi had been significantly affected by existentialist scholars like Albert Camus, Sartre, and Kierkegaard. Being an extraordinary craftsman of mental knowledge, Joshi digs profound into the inward openings of human mind. Arun Joshi provided another guidance and measurement to the Indian English tale. His books outline the profound misery of his desolate questers. Life’s importance, as per Joshi, lies not in the polished surfaces of assumptions however in obscurity overgrown mazes of the spirit.
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How to cite this article:
Balumuri Venkateswarlu. The artistic beauty of Arun Joshi’s Novels. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(5):843-845.
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