Social Crises and Satire on the Basis of Modern Prospect by the Indian Novelists


  • Mrs. Bindiya Rahi Singh The Central University Kumaun University)


Racism, Feminism, Corruption, Orthodox cal, Exploitation


Through this paper, my intention is to focus on the social crises and satire which have spread
simultaneously in the entire society and then in the world in different shades of culture or
nationhood. In India, most of the novelists have command and experience to express the social
realism with humor and pathos. In addition to transparent the problems and troubles revealing in
the Indian society M.K. Gandhi's fight for non-violence, R.K Narayan's the artificial world of
Malgudi, Mulk Raj Amanda's Untouchable (1935) and Coolie(1936) the picaresque tale of Munoo
and is the scenario of labour class and panic discrimination of caste system, Anita Desai's Cry the
peacock (1963) which reveals the psychological and hysteria of a lonely woman, Shashi
Deshpande's That Long Silence, Aruthdathi Roy's The God of Small Things (1997)in which we find
the cries of casteism and Kamala Das proved herself a true feminist by using the controversial and
propagandist theme in her poetry to reveal the masochism and marginalization of womanhoods. It
is mastery of those men of the letter that they use ethos and myths of the human society with their
local language and customs

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Mrs. Bindiya Rahi Singh. (2016). Social Crises and Satire on the Basis of Modern Prospect by the Indian Novelists. BRICS JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, 6(4), 173-174. Retrieved from