The Post-colonial experiences has made the relationships of families much more difficult due to the fragmentation throughout the country. Children and adults lost their homeland and the struggles they had in their homeland. The development of the colonizer’s land, made them to become confused with where their loyalties should lie. In Arundhati Roy’s novel ‘The God of Small Things’, the Kochamma family is a family of tragic situations and tragic people. It is their own cultural traditions that lead
Faculty of Literature and Humanities Department of English Language and Literature Master’s Thesis Developing a Critical Classroom Discourse Analysis (CCDA) Framework for Interaction Analysis in an Iranian EFL Context By: Amin Davoodi Supervisor: Mostafa Hasrati, PhD Advisor: Nouroddin Yousofi, PhD February, 2015 Acknowledgment I would like to express my special appreciation and thanks to all those who contributed to this thesis. First of all, I would like to express my immense gratitude
M.K. Naik righty opines: “…the Tagore-Aurobindo-Kaliasam tradition of poetic drama continues, but with a difference in the hands of Manjeri Isvaran, G.V. Desani, Lakhan Deb and Pritish Nandy.” Manjeri Isvaran’s Yama and Yami (1948) is a dialogue in poetic prose, with a prologue and an epilogue, dealing with the incestuous love of Yami for her brother. G. V.