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Volume 2 Issue 9

April 2016

Indian Habitation as Portrayed in Nissim Ezekielís Poems
Dr. S. Ravikumar, 
Assistant Professor, 
Department of English, 
Sree Sevugan Annamalai College, 
Devakottai, Tamil Nadu, India
Abstract
The experiences Nissim Ezekiel encountered in his career and the impressions he formed of places and persons got branded on his memory and he loses no second to delve deep into the depths of his mind, a receptacle of these innumerable experiences and impressions and that, at a touch of his pen, get themselves transformed into literary artefacts. This paper justifies itself by a discussion of how Ezekielís Indian dilemma is symbolized by the city of Bombay and the Indian habitation.
Keywords
Indian Habitation; Nissim Ezekiel; Poems.
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