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Title: Failure of Dream in Samrat Upadhyay’s The Guru of Love
Authors: Bhusal, Raju Prasad
Keywords: English literature;Novel
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Faculty of English
Institute Name: Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus, Pradarshani Marg
Level: Masters
Abstract: This world is formed on the base of duality. It is transparent that no ideologies are absolute but the supposed high one dominates the next. In this thesis, failure of dream is proved because of suppression of high class to low class. In the text The Guru of Love, Ramchandra, Malati and Goma are main characters. Their dream fails because of the suppression and domination of high class. In the society, low class people are subdued and subjugated by high class people, so, they cannot fulfill their dreams. After analyzing the text The Guru of Love, through Marxist reading, the result is drawn that the low class people are suppressed by high class. Their potentiality is captured by high class people. Whatever strength they have they become expire. Best efforts have been performed in portraying their character, manner, situations, obstacles, intimacies, and so on. Marxism has been used as a tool specializing in class. In most of the situations the main characters of the novel, Ramchandra, Malati and Goma have been found emotionally attached and share same fate. Similarly, their destiny, problems and dreams are nearly alike. In the same manner, high class people also share the same nature, culture and trend.
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