Indian and British Influences in the Identities of Mark Tully’s Travel Writings

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Abdul Muqeet


As the title of the article ‘Indian and British Influences in the Identities of Mark Tully’s Travel Writings’ the central aims of the research is to study the unending journey in Indian and British Literature through Postcolonial aspect. Though the writer belongs to different culture, he shares some common problem in a colonized nation. The research will focus upon the similar and dissimilar problems of the writer and will study how he has presented the problems during his staying both country, and also focuses how he has influences by Indian people as a travel writer. In the research work, language will a key weapon for the study, so this research will try to bring out how the writer tries to fit in meaning in the respective use of language. The research will also study the structure of these literary forms. The novel is one of the major forms of literature to comprehend the literature of the modern era especially post-colonial literature, has witnessed major upheavals in all its forms and indifferent genres. To understand the cultural identity of a certain nation, the selected novels of Mark Tully have been chosen for the present research paper. The methodology of this article is adopted as interpretative and sociological in nature. MLA 2009 and the web sources would also be utilized.


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Abdul Muqeet. “Indian and British Influences in the Identities of Mark Tully’s Travel Writings”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 5, no. 5, Dec. 2020, pp. 82-87, doi:10.53032/tcl.2020.5.5.11.


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