A Postcolonial Eco-feminist study of hegemony in manju kapur's Immigrant

G. Alan


Manju Kapur, a postcolonial feminist writer, is well known for her works like Home (2006), and The Immigrant (2008) which mirror the anguish of women in the male dominated society. This postcolonial novel, ‘The Immigrant’, captures the conflicts in the marital relationship between Ananda and Nina in the postcolonial context by comparing the value systems in Canada and India.

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