• Women Rights
    period to the girl child whereas the male members get adequate care and nutrition. Women are not given the right to free movement that means that they cannot go anywhere on their own if they want and they have to take the permission of male member of family or have to take them along. This results in...
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  • anita desai
    Interview with Anita Desai Magda Costa interviewed Anita Desai in Barcelona, 30 Jan 2001. Desai was in Spain to launch the Spanish and Catalan translations of Fasting, Feasting. -How was it to grow up in a family like yours, with a German mother and a Bengali father, in India? -When you are a...
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  • Under the Mango Tree by Hugh Aaron
    had observed on our first trip along the highway. We climbed the ladder to the house and entered its cool, dim interior, where I saw a mostly naked old man seated on the floor. “This is my grandfather,” said Anita as she uncovered a basket of fruit, vegetables, and rice that she had brought for him...
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  • Gender Polemics
    are peripheral in the novel, they are able to subtly demonstrate their authority over men and the immense strength of their character. Women are presented as inferior to men in Anita Desai’s In Custody. In the novel, Desai does not give women much attention and focuses the story mostly on the men...
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  • Study on M&A
    company of such company's directors. matters relating to himself as may be necessary for the purposes of this section; 3. Where a notice given by advertisement 52 and if he fails to do so, he shall be punish© Nishith Desai Associates 2013 Mergers & Acquisitions in India With...
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  • Communication English
    . Narayan, Raja Rao, G.V. Desai, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Manohar Malgonkar, Kamla Markendeya, Anita Desai, Khushwant Singh, Nayantara Sehgal, Salman Rushdie, Sreenivas Iyengar, Vikram Seth, Sashie Tharoor, Amitav Ghosh, Vikram Chandra etc. Among great political leaders Mahatma Gandhi, Pt. Nehru etc. have...
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  • Poem
    affects the protagonist and forces to go out of the city and to find a good place to live on. The situations and circumstances in the city make a rapid change in the life of the many characters in this novel. Thus Anita Desai took a gentle effort to exemplify the surroundings of the city and makes...
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  • Essay - Circus cat, alley cat
    animals, and she is the horrifying tamer. Also the fact that the story is written in a non-chronologically way allows the writer, Anita Desai, to describe Anna’s life very detailed. If we have gotten the whole story about Anna chronically, the story would not have had the same excitement, and would...
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  • Search for Identity in Shashi Deshpande's Novels
    . Where shall we go this summer (1975) is again with a theme of frustration and loneliness in married life. Fire on the mountain (1977) revolves round the inner emotional world of Nanda Kaul, on old lady. Clear light of Day (1980) is a retrospective novel. In custody (1984) (also made into film...
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  • Advandages of City and Village Life
    learning. Sumit: Why are you learning it? Sarita: Without it we can’t make a good career. Sumit: Where are you learning? Sarita: I am learning it at WABS. Sumit: Why have you joined this institute? Sarita: It is a good institute to learn effective English. Sumit: What do they teach? Sarita...
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  • Village by the Sea
    their families and friends. As the people sit inside their air conditioned home, people have to go bathe in the river and oceans. Anita Desai has beautifully captured the essence of how a family lives in a village driven by poverty. One thing that I have learnt is to never stop learning. In the book...
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  • Script
    talk stops.] Thank you. It sure is fine turnout tonight. [Ad libs from the kids.] We want to make friends here, so we're going to have a few get-together dances. You form two circles: boys on the outside and girls on the inside. SNOWBOY: Where are you? GLAD HAND [tries to laugh at this]:All...
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  • English
    rule this kind of power is undesirable since it will not contribute to the promotion of general welfare. THE ACCOMPANIST – ANITA DESAI Title: The title addresses the story as it states the relation of the narrator, Bhaiyya, with the main character of the story, Ustad Rahim Khan. The relation...
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  • Fasting Feasting
    will be enough for tea. Fritters? Here's where my difficulty with Desai begins. More than this unease with Indian words for Indian things, Desai's tone in this novel is not merely unhappy but bitter. We sense the bitterness in Uma's condition as she goes about her destiny of serving her querulous...
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  • Customer Experience
    . How best we can learn from each other and live together in a cooperative world without imposing one particular world­view on the others is crucial – this applies in the sphere of economics, culture, religion and geo­politics. Time has nigh, where no single super­ power can rule the world. The power...
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  • english study topic by the company he keeps
    shifting from the endearing Uma to Arun, she has much to say in this graceful, supple novel about the inability of the families in either culture to nurture their children. (Jan.) Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. Anita Desai has long proved herself one of the most accomplished and...
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  • heart of darkness
    “Pigeons At Daybreak” by Anita Desai -Desai has described her work as an attempt to reveal “the truth that is nine-tenths of the iceberg that lies submerged beneath the one-tenth visible portion that we see” -Characters Mr. Amul Basu: 61 years old (223) Mrs. Otima Basu: wife 56 yrs old...
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  • English Response
    living anymore, he was merely waiting to die and when he was fed up with waiting, he told Rakesh that it was his time to go. His place in this world is over and it is time to be with his creator. The relationship between my parents and I have gotten stronger because of the trust and respect that we...
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  • POST COLONIALISM
    if translated in English can take our IEL many steps forward in this world of globalization where only texts which are publicized enough attain the status of a good book. In today’s scenario we seemed to have forgotten the need for writing poems infact I would say the need for writing longer poems...
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  • War
    after that? Sleep fled from my eyes", he recalls. He was so afraid that this would be his fate and the fact that people like him were being tortured in front of his very eyes. He describes this when he says, "Never shall I forget the nocturnal silence which deprived me, for all eternity, of the...
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