It looks at representations of women's experiences of gendered violence in the partition riots, and how literary texts have filled in the lack of the 'human dimension' in partition histories rini bhattacharya mehta is assistant professor of comparative literature and of religion at the university of illinois, usa. Anger, as shown by many characters, is always around because of fear, jealousy and anxiety lennie is always the source of this anger, whether it be toward him another part of the novel, where both anger and violence is shown is in curley curley once was a welterweight boxing champion, but now. Violence in the partition riots, and how literary texts have filled in the lack of the 'human mapping the diverse topographies of partition-related uncertainties and covering both well-known and reader q&a to ask other readers questions about the indian partition in literature and films, please sign.
Partition literature is a kind of humble tribute to those fighting millions who braving all odds managed to piece together the scattered fragments of their own lives partition forcibly imposed a heart rending separation on siami twins thereby making the resultant pain and agony inevitable. Anger and violence in a view from the bridge. Violence is not a product of mental illness nor is violence generally the action of ordinary, stable individuals who suddenly break and commit crimes the violence that is a part of anger disorders is fueled by chronic repressed rage that has found no socially acceptable outlet it is fostered by families.
Anger and violence by shannon and matt : ) curley curley is the most violent character in the book, whenever he shows up there is a feeling of tension his violent nature is also evident at the end of the book when he wants to shoot (lennie) him in the guts killing lennie is the only way he sees. Reflections on partition literature a comparative analysis of ice candy man and train to pakistan umar ud din, m kamal khan and shahzad mahmood abstract the wickedness, violence, and pure evil erupted into powerful mass that soared out of control and consumed everyone that came in its path. Themes in literature literary violence critics also emphasize the historical significance of violence in the period following world war ii, when poets and novelists bemoaned a world mired in conflict, and in which aggression threatened to destroy all humane qualities. Aggression and violence may not be common in those with anxiety, but they're very real and can be extremely problematic for those that suffer from anxiety and fear of specific issue anxiety is still fear, and fear can cause people to respond in violent ways one study showed that certain types of social.
Literature, be it fiction or poetry is the most honest, if not the only honest, way to be exposed to other cultures yes there's news and documentaries, etc but reading the literature of another culture written by that culture, in a genre that lets the imagination run wild, will give one an inside perspective that is. Violence: violence, an act of physical force that causes or is intended to cause harm the damage inflicted by violence may be physical, psychological, or both violence may be distinguished from aggression, a more general type of hostile behaviour that may be physical, verbal, or passive in nature. This paper, particularities of partition literature: looking beyond the master narratives of bose and jalal's remark on depictions of the partition in their history of modern south asia does pandey has called for the examination of partition literature and personal narratives of partition violence and.
The 1947 india-pakistan partition shaped indian fiction and the rise of postcolonial literature on the subcontinent in the decades that followed, fiction writers took up the india-pakistan partition and related issues of political violence that continue to plague the region. Literature, partition and the nation-state : culture and conflict in ireland, israel and palestine book overview the history of partition in the twentieth century is one steeped in controversy and violence literature, partition and the nation state offers an extended study of the social and cultural legacies. Violence in literature jesse weld 20 june 2012 world literature ii maybee south university violence is a apart of literature just as it is a part of our lives literature has evolved along with the violence throughout time when violence in literature changes so does violence in reality.
Anger is a normal, healthy emotion but it's unhealthy when it flares up all the time or spirals out of control chronic, explosive anger has serious the good news is that getting anger under control is easier than you think with insight about the real reasons for your anger and these anger. Sexual violence and literature 13 followers papers this paper, delivered to the literary london society conference in 2015, compares the portrayal of love and sex in williams' 'witchcraft' and ackroyd's 'the house of doctor dee. During the partition of india, violence against women was an extensive issue it is estimated that during the partition between 75,000 and 100,000 women were kidnapped and raped.