PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN AND THEIR STRUGGLES IN RISHI REDDIS KARMA AND OTHER STORIES
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Karma and Other Stories by Rishi Reddi is a collection of short stories that explores the lives of Indian immigrants in the United States, particularly focusing on the experiences of women. Reddis stories are rich with cultural nuances and provide a poignant look into the challenges and triumphs of these women as they navigate the complexities of their dual identities and the expectations placed upon them. In it women play a central role in the narrative, and their plight is a recurring theme throughout the collection. Reddi skillfully portrays the multifaceted struggles faced by these women as they grapple with issues of tradition, family, ambition, and cultural assimilation. Through various characters and their interconnected stories, Reddi paints a vivid picture of the unique challenges that women from Indian backgrounds often face. The analysis focuses on the social, cultural, and gender dynamics that shape the lives of women in the stories. Through an examination of key themes, character development, and narrative techniques, this article aims to shed light on the challenges faced by women in the context of Indian society. The article also discusses the authors intent in highlighting these issues and the impact of her work on raising awareness about womens rights.
[Shravan R. Banasure (2023); PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN AND THEIR STRUGGLES IN RISHI REDDIS KARMA AND OTHER STORIES Int. J. of Adv. Res. 11 (Oct). 320-322] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/17710
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/17710
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