THE DICHOTOMY OF “CITY AND VILLAGE” IN STORIES OF V.M SHUKSHIN AND PHANISHWARNATH RENU

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The article presents a comparative analysis of the dichotomy of “City and Village” in stories of the famous Russian writer V. M. Shukshin and Indian writer Phanishwarnath Renu. Considering typological similarities between India and Russia in the second half of the XX century, the present paper examines similar and distinctive features in depiction of the problem of city and village in two stories each of Shukshin and Renu.


Subhash Kumar Thakur

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