STRUGGLE FOR IDENTITY IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S“THE NAMESAKE”

1NADIYAH KHUSHBOO, Dr. MAHIMA CHANDRAKAR

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Abstract:

<em> It is a lot of engaging that Jhumpa Lahiri is the offspring of Indian foreigners when we consider writing on Indian Diaspora. Migration became surprisingly beneficial development as that makes her a Diaspora author. She crosses borders when she moves from England, her origination, to the U.S.A. what's more, turned into an American resident. The repetitive topic in Lahiri’s composing is the self-contradicting experience of displaced person to America from India. Her characters are regularly trapped in a social uncertain state-amped up for their new home however lamenting the deficiency of their nation of root. Lahiri has a place with the second era of Indian Diaspora whose continuous journey for character never appears to end. Her characters likewise bespeak the brilliance of basic life.</em>

Keywords:

Identity, Diaspora, Multiculturalism, Foreigner

Paper Details
Month10
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 10
Pages7865-7871