THE FAMALE VOICE AND TRADITIONAL DISCOURSE IN MAMONI RAISOM GOSWAMI’S NOVEL: AN ANALYSIS

Authors

Chitra Ranjan Nath, Gauhati University.

Abstract

Novelist pictured perfectly the painful consequences of child marriage faced by upper class ladies and their sufferings. How society set rituals made every day and every moment difficult for a widow author described through the characters. With the image of some tottering ladies in a conservative social structure, author left a strong hint of social revolution. Abandoned, deprived and Dalit Women’s heart-rending incidents, love of common people, affection, and complaints or grievance of life and pictures of saddened stories, grieves are reflected in Mamoni Raisom Goswami’s novels. Lives of all female characters of DOTAL HATIR UYE KHUWA HOWDAH where sorrows and miseries of Brahmin-Widow are reflected are misery. They are insignificant to the society and these characters lead their lives in isolation. This discussion is prepared to discuss the characters from variousperspectives.