Critical Analysis On Jhumpa Lahiri's Interpreter Of Maladies
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Critical analysis on Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies
Most of the diasporic people migrate to foreign countries to get a good position in the society, to develop their level of the economical social status and quest for job. Likewise, some of these reasons many people moving to the alien country with their dreams are suddenly destroyed in that particular country. There is the new way of life could not be adopted by some immigrants’ because of their conflict with the two different countries, which means they would try to following the immigrant culture but followed only by but their outside of dressing sense, and communication level only but could not change at psychological level.
The Indian diaspora had beginning in the 1830, when…show more content… Such diasporic writers are Salman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy, Aravind Adiga, Jhumpa Lahiri, Chitra Banerjee. Jhumpa Lahiri is also one of the diasporic writers. She obviously described the emotional pains of the diasporic people in her works especially by her earlier compilation of nine stories under the title Interpreter of Maladies. In which she debate collection of stories, she dealt with the immigrant maladies. Each of her story talk about the different kind of agony of the lives of Indians or Indian…show more content… The word malady is comes from the Latin words “MAL-Uh- dee” which means “bad or ill’ somebody or something that causes to the trouble or suffer. “Interpretation” which means something is interpreted or explains about something. Jhumpa Lahiri interprets the maladies of the immigrants in her each of the nine stories.
Jhumpa Lahiri, used simple and plain language and she narrate her stories in simple prose format with very sensitive way of writing. That would be always the method of self- exploration. Throughout the works, she lights on the issues of immigrants by her fictional characters. While she starts to write, she never bothers about the critics in her minds. She simply writes according to herself. Mostly, her works address with the sensitive dilemmas of lives of Indian immigrants in America. In her works, she used about some common themes, such as, the immigrant experience, cultural crisis, partition, communication barriers and alienation. Thus, she analysed some psychologically disorder of the