Essays on The Reluctant Fundamentalist

Book Review Of The Reluctant Fundamentalist

The Reluctant Fundamentalist was an instant hit when it was published in 2007. This remarkable literary piece engaged, still doing, many acclaimed critics, and has won many awards like an Annisfield woolf award and South bank show annual award, and was also shortlisted for the 2007 Booker award. This novel sheds light on a Pakistani...

Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist As An Example Of Post-migratory And Post-postcolonial Writing

Post colonialism often elaborates about the effects of colonization on cultures and societies. Historians used the word post-colonial state after the Second World War. Post-Colonialism has its meaning from the post-independence period. Many literary critics used it from 1970’s to debate on the topic of various cultural effects of colonization. Post colonialism pacts through the...

The Presentation Of Journeys Of Central Protagonists Lucy Honeychurch And Changes

E.M. Forster and Mohsin Hamid successfully depict the prominent theme of Journeys in their novels. Both novels present the prominent theme through their central protagonists Lucy Honeychurch and Changez, where they both create a specific journey for each character, whether their journey being physical, spiritual or both. Forster dynamically portrays journeys as a push for...
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