Reflection of culture and Tradition in Manju Kapur’s Home

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Dr. Ritu Kumari


Manju Kapur is a versatile author, and all of her novels portray the true and authentic picture of human life under various circumstances. The novels of Manju Kapur invite our serious attention, and the quality that we find in her books is of rare merit and distinction. Home, one of her most successful delineations from the perspective of the social and cultural milieu, forces the readers to think deeply on a lot of issues of family life. Nisha, the protagonist has to suffer a lot just because the members of her family do not try for equality and justice. The present paper tries to present such more delineation. It reflects the cultural and traditional aspects also.


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Dr. Ritu Kumari. “Reflection of Culture and Tradition in Manju Kapur’s Home”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 5, no. 3, Aug. 2020, pp. 101-5, doi:10.53032/tcl.2020.5.3.14.


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