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Paper Title: Identity, Independence and Cherokee Nation in the selected novels of Barbara Kingsolver.
Authors Name: K.Ragu
Unique Id: IJSDR2305234
Published In: Volume 8 Issue 5, May-2023
Abstract: Abstract: Literature is the body of written works of a language which reflects the society. Since American Literature reflects the life of Americans and their own culture. Now it becomes a notable point to discuss in the contemporary world. This paper, Identity, Independence and Cherokee Nation in the selected novels of Barbara Kingsolver delivers the interesting quest for identity and Cherokee culture. There are several writers who generally talk about the life of Americans. Barbara Kingsolver talks about the people who cross the borders in order to get some identity. It points out the condition of people who seek their identity. In The Bean Trees, Taylor Greer moves out of her hometown to lead an independent life. The difficult conditions of immigrants are portrayed through Estevan and Esperenza who crosses the borders of Guatemala due to Guatemalan civil war. They lose their own identity when they move out of their own country. The protagonist of the novel, Taylor Greer also portrayed as immigrants because she left her town in search of Identity. It also unveils the adoption of Indian child by white people. It is prohibited by Indian child welfare act in the USA. Pigs in Heaven clearly portrays the challenges in adoption of Indian child by white people. It creates a challenge in identity. The novel explores the change of cultural identity. It also portrays the strength of women through its female characters.
Keywords: Identity, Independence, Adoption, Crossing the Borders, Loss and Culture.
Cite Article: "Identity, Independence and Cherokee Nation in the selected novels of Barbara Kingsolver.", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.8, Issue 5, page no.1498 - 1500, May-2023, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2305234.pdf
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Published In: Volume 8 Issue 5, May-2023
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