Article : The Counter-Culture Of Rushdie’s Imagination: The Quest For New Values

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The Counter-Culture Of Rushdie’s Imagination: The Quest For New Values

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Dr. Rajeev Bhardwaj, Soniya Verma

In the recent years, a great body of fiction, written by writers of Indian origin, has emerged on the world literary scene. A large number of these diasporic writers have given expression to their creative urge and have brought credit to the Indian English fiction as a distinctive force. The present paper comprises critical imagination in the most significant way. Most of the Indian diasporic writers express their longing for their motherland as well as portray an objective picture of Indian society.

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