This book considers the novels and short stories of Raja Rao in terms of the diasporic life of the author. Among the earliest of the 'second wave' Indian diaspora in the west, Raja Rao employs this unique perspective in most of his works. This is the hallmark of his writing. However, we also discuss the varied human and spiritual aspects of his work as reflecting his own life. His experiences as an Indian in a western world. But Raja Rao's writing also counts as postcolonial and postmodern far ahead of any others here or there.
Dr. Madhulika Singh took her Doctorate of Philosophy in English Literature from the Department of English, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, in the year 2016. As such she is deeply interested in Post Colonial English Writing in India. She is also a Law graduate who has diligently worked for Women's Rights at the National Commission for Women, New Delhi She takes keen interest in empowering women through education and is currently serving as the Administrator at Sunbeam College for Women Bhagwanpur, Varanasi. She has also published several articles in contemporary journals on Raja Rao's writing.
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