Cultural Bridging between Anticipation & Fulfillment with Reference to Kim Barnes’s “In the Kingdom of Men”

American Journal of Sociological Research 3 (2166-5451):15- 30 (2013)
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In this paper, I tackle the relationship between East and West froma cultural perspective.Though the difference is wide, they have in common a considerable number of social norms. Trying to make a focuson how the West regards the East on the level of normal individuals, I analyse Kim Barnes’ novel “In the Kingdom of Men”. Her protagonists migrate from hometown ‘Oklahoma’ to ‘Saudi Arabia’ or as we may call “Westerners go East”. It also an amalgam of racism, corporate colonialis m, culture clash, class issue, religion, grief and loss.
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