Essay on “Real Time ” By Amit Chaudhuri
Real time is a short story written by Amit Chaudhuri in 2002. The title of the story plays such a significant role throughout the play because of its relatable themes and beautiful writing style. Chaudhuri’s ability to use realism in such a creative manner that grasps the reader’s attention and flows in a manner that while telling a beautiful story is still able to pass a message that revolves around the realism and the current state of social interaction and division in the modern world of today-real time.
In the beginning of the story we are quickly rushed into the fast paced writing style used by Chaudhuri. Through the lack of a background to the story we can quickly see that this story is fast paced and has a very realistic literal relation to its title (real time). This immediate involvement in the story creates a realistic connection with the readers due to its forward approach. We can see this in the beginning of the story when he writes, “On their way to the house, Mr. Mitra said he didn’t know if they should buy flowers” by beginning the story in such a involving and abrupt way Chaudhuri immediately involves us in the story by creating a scene without a background. Through this use of writing style we can see the Chaudhuri is trying to involve the readers in the story as fully and well as he can. Through this we see that the title “Real Time” is very appropriate especially when we compare it to the very forward and involving writing style.
In the story “Real Time” by Amit Chaudhuri there is a very clear and direct use of realism in most of what he writes. Through his expansive use of realism, we are shown the modernist themes of detachment, cultural boundaries and intolerance. These themes are portrayed very strongly in Chaudhuri’s writing because they help in showing the social detachment that occurs in the modern world especially in multi-cultural societies. We can see Chaudhuri portray these themes or...
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