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alienation Ameer Amla androgyny Anita Desai Anita Desai's novel Asad Asha Ashiana Attia Hosain Attia Hosain's Sunlight Baba Jan Bapsi Sidhwa Baumgartner Baumgartner's Bombay becomes behaviour Bharati Mukherjee Bombay British Broken Column Calcutta Carignano characters childhood communal cousin culture death Delhi Dimple disintegration emotional English existence father feel fiction finds freedom Gandhi Gautama girl Hasanpur Hindus Hugo Hugo's human husband identity India individual Jan's Kaul's Kemal Laila leads live loneliness Margaret Laurence Marian marriage married Maya Maya's Mohun Biswas Mona Monisha Morag mother Mulk Raj Anand Muslim Nadira Naipaul Nanda Kaul Narayan Nirode Nirode's non-violence novelist Pakistan partition past Peacock Phoolo political portrays protagonist psychic quest R.K. Dhawan Raka Raka's reality realizes relationship role Saleem Sita social society struggle symbol taluqdar taluqdar family theme tion traditional V.S. Naipaul values Vatsa Vijay violence visual Voices wife woman women writer Zahid Zahra