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Title: Negotiating Identities: Love-hate Relationship in Kamala Markandaya's Pleasure City
Authors: Sharma, Prakash
Keywords: Cultural encounter;Dialogic relationship;Negotiating identities
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Department of English
Institute Name: Central Department of English
Level: Masters
Abstract: The confrontation between western and eastern values in the periphery of human relationships and the cultural clash occurs in contact zone making the characters staying in 'in-between' space and later they are to come into negotiation. The humanity running through racial hatred has been incorporated inPleasure City. Tully, the central character in the novel, enjoys the love on the one hand and hatred on the other from the same level of people. In case of Tully and Rikki, both negotiate each other for their meaningful identity. It is reflected through their words, attitudes and behaviours.
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