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The Fate of a Culture without Its People

V.S. Naipaul (1932- ) is one of the most reputed as well as disputable writers of contemporary English literature. He is on the one hand widely acclaimed for his literary master hand but on the other patently refused for his … Continue reading

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Painful Escape from the Spatial Anxiety

V.S. Naipaul is one of the most prominent writers in contemporary Caribbean literature, and the existential problems of the colonial people have always been his concerns. This thesis is dedicated to one of his the most prominent works A House … Continue reading

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A House for Mr. Biswas: A House in Exile

Cultural identity, one of the major themes of the postcolonial literature, is the problem that postcolonial societies and people have to face. Centered around the subject matter, this study attempts to give a detailed discussion and analysis of A House … Continue reading

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Identity Crisis in V.S. Naipaul’s a House for Mr. Biswas and a Bend in the River

The present author, focusing on A House for Mr. Biswas and A Bend in the River by V. S. Naipaul, displays an uncomfortable identity quest among people in the postcolonial Third World through an analysis of characters and some postcolonial … Continue reading

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The Narrative Features of Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul’s Novel a House for Mr. Biswas

Nobel Literature Prize winner Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul was born in an immigrant Hindu family in Trinidad and Tobago. Although born poor, he was fortunate enough to be tutored by his father and displayed a born gift of literature from … Continue reading

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