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This research article, Political and Familial Repercussions of Naxalism in Lahiri's The Lowland seeks to examine Jhumpa Lahiri's The Lowland as a saga of two Bengali brothers; Subhash and Udayan Mitra, who belong to a middle-class family in the light of Naxalite movement. The narrative of The Lowland purports to depict how the tenderest of ties are torn asunder and the absence of loved ones haunts the subconscious mind of the affected characters in the novel. At the same time, Lahiri questionsdoi:10.24113/ijellh.v8i3.10464 fatcat:3j7ogvpuuvg5ne5k4jtndg3mle