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Volume 7 Issue 8

January 2015

Social Criticism in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable
Mr. Bhagirath Prasad Meena, 
Lecturer, 
Department of English, 
Government Senior Secondary School (Bibirani), 
Alwar, Rajasthan, India
Abstract
Mulk Raj Anand is considered as one of the most prominent writer of India. He has command over narrating his stories with effective beginning and binding conclusion. Anand in his Untouchable has presented the real picture of the society that discriminates between the caste-Hindus and the untouchables. Anand has written this novel with great social concern which focuses on the social consciousness and some of the worst customs and traditions which authorize the caste-Hindus to exploit the outcaste for their selfish interests. In the research paper an attempt has been made to look into the condition of the outcastes with special reference to Untouchable by Mulk Raj Anand.
Keywords
Outcaste; Mulk Raj Anand; Untouchable; Caste-Hindus; Social Criticism.
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