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VOICE OF MARGINALIZED IN M. G. VASSANJI’S 'NO NEW LAND' (Pages 125-134) by Ms. S. Saraswathi in THE ENGLISH RESEARCH EXPRESS / ISSN:2321-1164 (Online); 2347-2642 (Print)

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Canadian fiction deals at length with the problems arising out of racial discrimination and the immigrants’ loss of identity. It explores the experience of hostility and racism encountered by the immigrant. The novels of Vassanji deal with the triangle of Literature-Society and Human Rights and seek to establish that literature is essentially a reflection of the society. Vassanji, a diasphoric writer has expressed his own experience in Dar, Nairobi and Canada, through his characters. The novel No New Land explore the problems encountered by the South East Asians. The Asians are considered as middle men for they are neither black nor white. They are repudiated and humiliated because of their race. Vassanji tries to bring out the hardships of South Asian immigrants in his novel No New Land. This paper will explore the voice of Vassanji for marginalized people, especially the South East Asiansanadian fiction deals at length with the problems arising out of racial discrimination and the immigrants’ loss of identity. It explores the experience of hostility and racism encountered by the immigrant. The novels of Vassanji deal with the triangle of Literature-Society and Human Rights and seek to establish that literature is essentially a reflection of the society. Vassanji, a diasphoric writer has expressed his own experience in Dar, Nairobi and Canada, through his characters. The novel No New Land explore the problems encountered by the South East Asians. The Asians are considered as middle men for they are neither black nor white. They are repudiated and humiliated because of their race. Vassanji tries to bring out the hardships of South Asian immigrants in his novel No New Land. This paper will explore the voice of Vassanji for marginalized people, especially the South East AsiansKeywords: Immigration, Exilement, Adopted land, Cultural clash, Assimilation, Survival

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