MulkRaj Anand’s View Of Human Relationship As Reflected In The Select Novel Of ‘Coolie’ And ‘Untouchability’
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Writes of every genre are the representatives of their age. Mulk Raj Anand is the greatest and the most prolific of the Indian writers, Mulk Raj Anand short stories are also characterised by a variety of mode manner and theme introduction deals with the IndoAnglian (or) Indo English literature different from the Anglo Indian literature. The background of his novels is realistic . His novels are based in his own experience and observations of lives of the outcasters and peasants and soldiers and working people. In this novel coolie deals with economic exploitation of India society. In the novel untouchable portray the condition of the sweeper in the India society and its also tries to mirror a faithful picture of contemporary India . conclusion gives as like untouchable, coolie also portrays the class destination between the rich and the poor.
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