Journal of English Literature and Culture
International Journal of English Literature and Culture
Vol. 3(2), pp. 42-46, February, 2015
Psycho-social Diversification in Indian English Literature
Prof. (Dr.) Rishipal1 and Dr. Jyoti Sheoran2
1Head of Institution & Professor, Amity Institute of Behavioural and allied Sciences, Amity University, Haryana.
2Asstt. Prof. in English, Govt. P.G. College, Jind.
1Corresponding Author’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accepted 30 January 2015
Perusal of Indian fiction, from Bankim
Chander Chatterjee to Arundhati Roy reveals that the fiction writers of
the last century have realistically and emphatically portrayed the
various shades of Indian psychosocial factors in the form of problems,
traditions, values, culture, myths, social evils and also the political,
economic and religious changes. This paper has taken up major novelists
of the last century who have epitomized real India and its people in one
way or the other to understand psycho-social Diversification in Indian
Cite This Article As: Rishipal, Sheoran J (2015). Psycho-social Diversification in Indian English Literature. Inter. J. Eng. Lit. Cult. 3(2): 42-46.