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In the works of some women novelists, the archetypal Indian woman is presented that is an Indian woman who is submissive, compassionate, forgiving, selfless, motherly, etc. There are eminent women writers who have devoted themselves to discuss various aspects of the human psyche. They differ from the stereotypical heroines who allow themselves to be exploited, who surrender themselves, who are loaded with compassion, forgiveness, motherliness, etc.

If the earlier protagonists accepted the role thrust on them by society, the later day protagonists of Anita Desai and Shashi Deshpande seek to know their ownselves. Although all women novelists deal with the experiences of women, the presentations are different and are unique in characterisation. Nayantara Seghal tried to portray the plight of Indian women in politics and, how they get trapped in social taboos and household roles.

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Seghal was interested more in political happenings than in presenting the psychological perspectives of her characters. A reading of her novels shows that she is not an ordinary writer. Her novels reach deep into the psyche of her characters. She has deviated from the traditional mode of writing fiction. Anita Desai made a choice in the new style of writing. She has begun to encapsulate the sensations, the emotions and feelings of her characters within her writings.

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They want their lives to be a glorious vacation. She focuses her attention on the psychic life of her characters. She is very keen on presenting the inner world of her characters rather than the outer world of action. Her novels are based on family relationship; how life of one character has enormous influence on the lives of others. Her style of writing can be considered to be influenced to a certain extent by Virginia Woolf.

In her novels, she has presented the dilemma of the modern woman effectively. Her novels reveal that her real concern is with the exploration of human psyche. Anita Desai is interested in projecting female protagonists, living in separate, closed, sequestered worlds of existential problems and passion, loves and hates.

She portrays each of her individuals as an unsolved mystery. As she gives more importance to character delineation she tries to depict the inner turmoil and anguish of the female mind. According to her story, action and drama arise from characters and therefore she writes about their dreams, wills and actions.

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