International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part E (2019)
Cross-cultural conflict in the fictions of Bharati Mukherjee
The novels and short accounts of Bharati Mukherjee express the meandering desire of the Indians, who in their look for better life relocate toward the West however confront pressure of adjustment and absorption. She is taking care of business in the delineation of Cross-Cultural Conflict. Her women characters leave Indian shores and settle down on outsider shores as immigrants in the West. Like the creator herself, her heroes are on the whole ostracizes endeavoring to assemble a home far from home. They move toward the Western world without snapping the binds that hold them to conventional Indian ethos. In her endeavor, she discovers answer for the issues standing up to them however their endeavors don't prove to be fruitful. Bharati Mukherjee is a standout amongst the most broadly known immigrant writers. As a main Indian diasporic writer, she investigates the issues of outcast and home in her writings. She is an unmistakable novelist of Indian Diaspora. She can be known as a delegate of the entire Immigrant Literature. The theme of enlisting Indian immigrant encounters in the USA invades every one of her novels and stories. An Indian-brought into the world American novelist, she is a natural voice in the Indian diaspora. Her fiction delineates the cross-cultural crisis looked by the women characters in her novels. She got herself hard to adjust to the way of life, custom and conventions, which she portrays through her female hero's cultural crisis.
How to cite this article:
Pinky Kumari. Cross-cultural conflict in the fictions of Bharati Mukherjee. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(1):434-436.