Journal of English Literature and Culture
International Journal of English Literature and Culture
Vol. 3(11), pp. 289-295, December, 2015
Trans-Humanism and Trans-narrative Techniques with special reference Kushwant Singh Writings-A Study
1*G.Sankar and 2 K.Jaya
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, SVS College of Engineering, Ciombatore-32-Tamilnadu, India.
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2Assistant Professor, Department of English, SVS College of Engineering, Ciombatore-32-Tamilnadu, India.
Accepted 15 December 2015
The first chapter is
an introductory chapter. It traces the origin and the growth of Indian
English novels and its emerging. Kushwant Singh had contributed
considerably to the growth of Indian English fiction. The consequences
of Partition that created a severe of political consciousness and Trans-Humanissm
with narrative techniques of writers have been introduced. The second
chapter delineates the consequences of religious animosity that resulted
from Partition as represented in Kushwant Singh’s Train to Pakistan and
some others plays which also explains spiritual and traditional values.
These are explored through the characters such as Hukum Chand, Juggut
Singh and Mano Majra. He has used some Tran’s narrative techniques with
special feature of his writings.
Cite This Article As: Sankar G, Jaya K (2015). Trans-Humanism and Trans-narrative Techniques with special reference Kushwant Singh Writings-A Study. Inter. J. Eng. Lit. Cult. 3(11): 289-295