THE STUDY OF CLASS STRUGGLE BETWEEN MARAAL AND RAHAT: A MARXIST READING OF JANI’S NOVEL MARAAL

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Fatima Arshad
Sabawoon Ubaid
Wajid Ullah
Saeed Ur Rahman

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The Marxist analysis of Maraal in Jani's narrative unveils an impact of class struggle and alienation on both Rahat and Maraal and the predominant thematic elements of the story. Maraal's experiences show the broader societal struggle between different economic classes, showing the alienation felt by those marginalized within the socioeconomic structure of the society. The Marxist lens allows for an exploration of how Maraal's aspirations, relations, and challenges are shaped by the systemic inequalities rooted in the class structure. The theme of alienation may show Maraal's detachment from societal norms, stemming from the oppressive settings associated with their class status. Moreover, the broader thematic elements of the story are likely linked to Marxist principles, with class struggle serving as a driving force behind the plot developments. The narrative may unfold as a critique of the prevailing socioeconomic order, illustrating how alienation and class conflict contribute to the characters' struggles and the overall story. The Marxist analysis offers a key to unravelling the layers of societal critique and thematic depth embedded in the narrative, showcasing the prevalent influence of class struggle and alienation on both individual characters and the overarching storyline.

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Fatima Arshad, Sabawoon Ubaid, Wajid Ullah, & Saeed Ur Rahman. (2024). THE STUDY OF CLASS STRUGGLE BETWEEN MARAAL AND RAHAT: A MARXIST READING OF JANI’S NOVEL MARAAL. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Social Sciences .ISSN (E) 2959-2461 (P) 2959-3808, 3(2), 258–267. Retrieved from http://ijciss.org/index.php/ijciss/article/view/633
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