Arundhati Roy and Aravind Adiga-Identity through Language

Authors

  • Dr Monika Agrawal Associate Lecturer Resonance, Kota, India

Keywords:

Billboards, Cousin Sisters,, Code-Mixing, Hollering, Hybridization, Culture

Abstract

The present paper deals with the variety of languages and the innovative presentation in God of Small Things and The White Tiger. The writers of these two novels have made their writings so different that they caused great stir in the minds of readers. The main focus of this study is on how they adroitly use language, how their innovative usages give powers to presentation to fulfill desired aims.

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C. Balasubramanian, Register Variation in Indian English. Amsterdam: John Benjamin’s Pub Co., 2009. P.251.

Balasubramanian 50.

Sharma, “A study of language and discourse in The White Tiger”, 172.

Pieter Muysken. Bilingual Speech: A Typology of Code-Mixing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. p.1.

Orwell, Inside the Whale and Other Essays. 45.

Sharma, ‘A study of language and discourse in The White Tiger’, 172

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Published

2019-08-31

How to Cite

Dr Monika Agrawal. (2019). Arundhati Roy and Aravind Adiga-Identity through Language. The Creative Launcher, 4(3), 1–6. Retrieved from https://www.thecreativelauncher.com/index.php/tcl/article/view/271