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Informative Article | English Language and Literature | India | Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021
Indian Drama and Social Realities
Parvathy Elatthuvalappil | Dr. Shiva Chaudhary
Abstract: Literature can be looked at as a study of society. Society is often reflected in the works of literature. The author draws the picture of the society that she/he is part of knowingly or unknowingly. We have to investigate the literature of any given moment in connection with the then existing society W. H Hudson. Everything that man creates happens within the society or at least happens with the influence of society. When a writer writes a particular work, she/he is deeply influenced by the conventions which were inculcated at one point in time. These are reflected in her/his works. One can find the author either abiding by these social and cultural conventions or one can find her. /him revolting against it. The revolt and rebellion through works of literature are often thwarted and become relevant only after a period of time when we revisit them.
Keywords: Indian Drama, Social Realities, social and cultural conventions, revolt
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021,
Pages: 1747 - 1751
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