OLD IS GOLD: A STUDY ON THE CULTURAL RESTRICTIONS AND HARDSHIPS OF MIDDLE CLASS NEW AND OLD WOMEN FROM MANJU KAPUR'S NOVEL A MARRIED WOMAN

J Int, Eng, Lang
2017 Sept) 402 A.BRANO JEBIN   unpublished
Life is comprised of past, present and future. No one can alter the past but anyone with good wisdom and understanding can use the present to form a good future. In this paper, we are going to discuss ManjuKapur's A Married Woman in this above said perspective. Present women have seen a lot of change than the woman of the past. A Daughter is seeing a different world scenario that her mother might have not thought about it even. So there comes naturally a conflict between the old and the new
more » ... old and the new women in their various dimensions of life. It is this we have taken for our study. ManjuKapur's Novel A Married Woman has a lot on this issue that is debatable and eligible for a final result.
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