A Socio-Psychological Analysis of Culture And Gender Identity Discrimination in Mahes Dattani’s Tara

  • D Jamuna Assistant Professor & Head,Department of English, AVS College of Arts and Science College, Salem
  • V Kannan Assistant Professor, PG & Research Department of English, AVS College of Arts and Science College, Salem

Abstract

It is argued, ‘Every work of art is a projection from the interior realm into exterior spacewhere in becoming incarnated it achieves consciousness of elucidation of external reality has agreater authenticity and significance. In order to reconstruct the concept of ‘self’ within the limitsof a literary work, a creative artist must keep his ‘creative self’ apart from his creative work. Adramatist in comparison of a poet has a better opportunity to eliminate his personality from hiswork and theissues taken in the literary text to be developed through the consciousness of thecharacters. Dattani possesses an exceptional sensibility for the suffering in society born out ofgender discrimination. His vision not confined to socio-religious myths only, but he delves deep toexamine the Psychic reactions of those who are the victims of them.

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2016-09-29
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Jamuna, D., & Kannan, V. (2016). A Socio-Psychological Analysis of Culture And Gender Identity Discrimination in Mahes Dattani’s Tara. Shanlax International Journal of English, 4(4), 33-36. Retrieved from https://www.shanlaxjournals.in/journals/index.php/english/article/view/3041
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