Diaspora has been a talked about issue over the years. It concerns
how people leaving their homeland, settle in a foreign land and
adapt to a new set of culture and with a whole new ambiance despite
facing all sorts of predicaments- it is all about how the Diaspora
people get self-conscious and alienated while living in a foreign
land where they feel insecure, intense identity crises and other
problems. Diaspora people suffer the identity crisis at an initial
stage, but slowly and surely regain the feeling of self-confidence
as they eventually settle down in what was once an alienating
atmosphere. The more they go through phases of alienation, the more
they become aware of their own selves. However, they never overcome
their trouble completely or succeed in dragging themselves out of
the void. Amongst all the individual struggles to settle down, the
only common goal in the Diaspora people is that they stick together
to save their culture from being swept away in the whirlpool of the
multiple realities of life, the duality of the mind arising from
the sense of a divided identity, the fractionated origin, ethnic
pluralism, religious pluralism and the list goes on.
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
|Country of origin:
Mohammad Simon Rahman
||229 x 152 x 3mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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