CONFESSIONS OF KAMALA DAS IN “MY STORY”
Author(s):
Robancy A, Dr. B. Rajesh
Keywords:
Kamala Das, confessional poetry, self-identification, literature
Abstract
This paper analyzes how Kamala Das's literary work, “My Story,” conveys her deepest emotions. In "Feline," Das depicts the abstract as a well-considered perception of one's own inner self. Revolt may lead to ongoing inner conflict and struggles, but it also brings about the limitless satisfaction of feeling and being one's original, shattered inner depths, where the most innate desires are at work. Das understands this same truth and emphasizes the hollowness of self-identification with the approved roles in the symbolic world that are devoid of the spirit of self-inquiry. This shows the futility of existence and the hollowness of self-identification.
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Unique Paper ID: 157393

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 7

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