The difference in the characterisation of Ayah, Masseur and Ice-candy man in Bapsi Sidhwa's novel Ice Candy Man and Deepa Mehta's film Earth. Deepa Mehta's movie Earth is known to be the cinematic adaptation of Bapsi Sidhwa’s magnum opus Ice Candy Man, a novel that brilliantly deals with the theme of partition of India and Pakistan. There are certainly many intended differences in the film adaptation of the novel that makes the film unique and lends it the status of…...
1947 Earth Vs. Cracking Inida Transition from a novel to a film is quite difficult at times especially when it comes to a partition like the one in India in 1947. The main purpose of my essay will be to find the problems and differences with the transition between the two works. Investigating the problem between Bapsi Sidwa's novel Cracking India and its film adaptation Deepa Metha's 1947 Earth by comparing the two together but focusing on Lenny's sexual representation,…...
Bapsi Sidhwa has been acclaimed as a feminist post-colonial writer who deliberates the issues of cultural difference and the status of women in Indian and Pakistani society. She is a feminist and realist. One comes across in her women characters the intensity of emotion, the gentleness of love and boldness of one’s beliefs. They grapple to overcome the woes of time and escape from the shackles of fate in whose hands they are often mere puppets. Sidhwa’s women ultimately emerge…...
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