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Shamenaz Bano


The Indian Partition Literatureis a book by Imrul Kayes Alam Sarkar who is an Assistant Professor & Head, Department of English, Sailajananda Falguni Smriti Mahavidhyalaya under Burdwan University. His recent published book, The Indian Partition Literature: An Explorative Study focuses on Indian partition narrative. Partition is generally considered as separation of one certain state into two or more units and it is considered as an easy and peaceful division of territory. But this is not true all the time as in the case of partition of India which resulting in the killings of a million innocent lives and displacement of more than ten millions people. It led to the destruction not only of people but of humanity as well. India gained independence on 15th August 1947 but it was divided into two countries; India and Pakistan.

Keywords: partition, literature, novels. 

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