Portrayal Of Apartheid And The Psychological Conflicts Of Colonial Heroine In Nadine Gordimer’s The Lying Days

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Dr. D. Lourdhu Mary


Apartheid, in South Africa, is recorded as one of the cruelest acts in the history of South Africa in which the native Africans lost their identity and dominated by the colonial people. Exceptional Colonial white people with humanitarian attitude supported the native Africans. They had to face mental agonies after witnessing the severity of Apartheid rules and its impacts. Nadine Gordimer, the most eminent world famous writer brought such truths to the spotlight in her writings. This research paper aims to focus on the effects of Apartheid and the psychological journey of the colonial heroine portrayed by her in the novel The Lying Days.

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