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Volume 3 Issue 3

November 2017

Visiting the Invisible: Sea in Memoirs Written by Differently Abled
Mr. J S Jahangir, 
Assistant Professor, 
Department of English, 
Iqbal College, Peringammala, 
Thiruvananthapauram, Kerala, India
Abstract
The article explores how the representation of sea in select memoirs written by differently abled people elucidates memory. The memoirs by differently abled treat sea as an operational identity to address their disability. Sea helps the memory to develop their ideas, thoughts, and actions. Memory tries to enable the disability in through these memoirs. Memoirs are the potential agent that tries to present sea as a driving force of memory to expand their canvass. Sea is beyond boundaries and its presence is inevitable. Similar is memory. This equation is tied to find the varied possibilities in this research article. The article can present disability studies as a productive theoretical lens that could outline scholarly discussion about sea and sea literature to encourage more culturally gifted discourses in our academia.
Keywords
Sea; Memory; Body; Narratives of Illness; and Disability.
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