Love as a Victim of Class Consciousness: A Study of Ayesha Salman's Blue Dust

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Abstract

When differences are experienced in religions, love life is disturbed. Blue Dust (2012) narrates religious differences and various conflicts that arise as to their consequence. There is a story of shattered personalities, dual ethnic backgrounds, and intensity of emotions. Such problems and conflicts make people spiritually unsatisfied and psychologically hollow. This study concluded that a man, who has no time for family and love, has become alienated, depressed, and has lost his peace of soul. It is a dilemma and a threat to humanity. It is losing its values day by day. People are fed up with conflicts and want to get rid of such things. This paper suggests that the real happiness of life lies in spreading love, ignoring negativity, having positivity, showing confidence, and believing in respect and care of humanity; this is the message of the study.

Authors

1-Ayesha Jan
Student, Department of English Language and Literature, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan, KP, Pakistan.

Keywords

Conflicts, Consciousness, Love, Problems

DOI Number

10.31703/glr.2021(VI-I).11


Page Nos

99-105

Volume & Issue

VI - I

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Published: 03 2021

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