Marginalization of Women in Arundhati Roy’s the God of Small Things
The concept of marginalization is a very novel in the contemporary literary practice. It is an approach used to study the literature, giving emphasis to the voice of marginal people in the society. Today marginal people are socially, politically, economically and legally deprived of their ‘rights’ as a human being in every society. Historically women are considered as more marginal entity in a male dominated society. Taking this idea, the present research paper tries to explore marginalization of three generations of women in the novel The God of Small Things
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