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Paper Title: A Study of Temper and Tenor in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things
Authors Name: MD.ASHRAF
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Abstract: ABSTRACT: While creating a work of art or a piece of literature whether it be a poem or a play or a story or a novel, the writer’s mind works as a catalyst agent. It is he or she who decides what must be the atmosphere or setting or ever all environment of a work of literature. When we study the general atmosphere and the language of a work, we find a way to judge the writer’s mood, temper and tenor in a particular work. If we take into accent the poems like sailing to Byzantium, The Thought Fox, Hawk Roosting, Mirror and The Waste Land, the poets have used different moods and setting in these poems. Similarly in Virginia Woolf’s To the Light House, fits of moods and emotions and idiosyncrasies of characters and the writer herself come on the surface. A fiction is a made-up story. It generates its meaning in many ways. To quote Robert Scholes-‘Fiction is justified not as a means of conveying ideas but as a means of generating attitudes toward ideas. The meaning of fiction must finally be seen in terms of emotions directed toward impressions of experience or toward ideas about life’. There are some key images in the novel which show the horror embedded in the structure of the novel and on the other reveal the beauty and strength of nature, the sweet innocence of childhood, the maturing power of love and friendship. It is true that the novel abounds in metaphors and imagery most of the metaphors appear in appropriate yet dominant images are attuned to the basic contrasts in the novel.
Keywords: metaphor, artistic, somber, similes, atmosphere, fiction, idiosyncrasies, dialogue, tone
Cite Article: "A Study of Temper and Tenor in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 8, page no.1671 - 1673, August-2022, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2208264.pdf
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Country: SAHARSA, BIHAR, INDIA
Research Area: Social Science and Humanities 
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