Inhumanity of man towards man whose unsettled existence as nothing but pathetic human predicament as pictured in M.R. anand’s Coolie: An appraisal

Inhumanity of man towards man whose unsettled existence as nothing but pathetic human predicament as pictured in M.R. anand’s Coolie: An appraisal

Author: 
Dr. Chelliah, S.
Abstract: 

This paper attempts not only to project Indo-Anglian literature as a mature and respectable genre of what is called ‘Commonwealth Literature’ with its inevitable stamp of Indianness but also to comment on the commendable contribution of the novelists like R.K.Narayan, Raja Rao, M.R.Anand, Kamala Markandaya to Indo-Anglian Fiction with a focus on the special contribution of Mulk Raj Anand introducing the new wave of idealism and humanism in Indo-Anglian fiction. It neatly examines the inhuman attitude of man towards man whose unsettled existence is nothing but pathetic human predicament which is clearly reflected in Coolie.

Paper No: 
1869