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International Journal of Literacy and Education

2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part D

Literary genre of Arvind Adiga and Amit Chaudhari: A comparative analysis


Author(s): Shri Ram Bairwa and Dr. Rashmi Bhatnagar

Abstract: This article presents a comprehensive comparative analysis of the literary genre employed by renowned Indian authors Arvind Adiga and Amit Chaudhari. Drawing from their notable works, including Adiga's "The White Tiger" and Chaudhari's "Odysseus Abroad," the study explores the distinct narrative styles and thematic preoccupations that characterize their writing. By examining their portrayals of characters, settings, and plot structures, the article sheds light on how these two prominent authors employ different literary devices to convey their unique perspectives on contemporary Indian society. Furthermore, the analysis delves into the social, political, and cultural implications embedded within their works, investigating the contrasting viewpoints they offer on issues such as class struggle, identity, globalization, and the impact of historical legacies. Through this comparative study, readers gain insights into the literary strategies employed by Adiga and Chaudhari, facilitating a nuanced understanding of their contributions to contemporary Indian literature and the broader literary landscape. The findings of this research provide a valuable resource for scholars, students, and enthusiasts interested in Indian fiction and comparative literature studies, offering a deeper understanding of the evolving trends and narratives within Indian literary genres.

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How to cite this article:
Shri Ram Bairwa, Dr. Rashmi Bhatnagar. Literary genre of Arvind Adiga and Amit Chaudhari: A comparative analysis. Int J Literacy Educ 2023;3(1):217-220.
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