A literary criticism of the novel "In Custody" by Anita Desai is presented. It discusses the politics of language as well as gender and art in Desai's narrative. The novel raises the existing cultural anxieties that besieged in Indian consciousness, charting the changing social and cultural values as the country moves towards a global ethos.
Driss, H. B. (2013). Politics of Language, Gender and Art in Anita Desai’s In Custody. Jostes: The Journal of South Texas English Studies, 4(1), 1-15.
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