P Bala S Devi
Arun Joshi Tradition and Modernity in The Foreigner and The Last Labyrinthby: P Bala S Devi
Tradition and modernity have by and large been at loggerheads with each other. Most
familial and psychological issues seemingly arise from misconstrued notions of both and
lead to a lot of troubles that could otherwise be avoided with ease. Arun Joshi makes a
masterstroke when it comes to expressing the turmoil and chaos that the world sees due to
such a conflict. This book is a wonderful exposition of how Surinder and Som Bhaskar of The
Foreigner and The Last Labyrinth strive to overcome the turmoil experienced by their
conflict-torn psyche and arrive at peace with themselves.
500 in stock
Publisher: BlueRose Publishers
Publish Date: 2021
Page Count: 157
|Dimensions||20.32 x 12.7 x 2.5 cm|
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