Suti’ And ‘Mukti’ : A Comparative Study

  • Bitu Borah, Rubi Bora,


Comparative literature is one of the best measures to realize different forms and verses of literature. The basic aim of literature is to realize its readers the experiences of human civilization for the ages. Also, it covers the realization of the experiences of the coexistence of humankind with nature, society and the fellow society. The comparative literature helps to achieve the basic agenda of literature by comparing the different texts of the world.

Comparative literature is one of the approaches to literature study. Nowadays human thinking has been shifted from the traditional one to a new age of realization, which includes the literature indeed. It leads the literature to expose different forms of approaches and dimensions. A comparative study of literature is one of those newly exposed ideas. It is quite relatable that nowadays with the changing time the creative literature has been testing the different recent ideologies or isms. In the same way, in the discussion of literature also includes the newly emerged ideas. A comparative study is one, to analyze the texts and narratives of literature by rejecting different isms to understand each of the texts neutrally and independently.

This paper will analyze two short stories of Rabindranath Tagore and Lakhsminath

Bezboruah, which are- ‘Suti’ and ‘Mukti’. This comparison includes the comparison on the

ground of characters, plots and the social background of the stories.