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The Essence of Romance in the Novels of Krishan Chander
AbstractThis study addresses Romanticism, particularly the romance in the stories of Krishan Chander, that emerged in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries as a way to understand life and the universe. Krishan Chander's writings, such as his short stories "Talaba Khayal," combine elements of Romanticism, showcasing love and romance in various forms. The Romantic style in his stories captures the essence of nature, showcasing sincerity, sacrifice, and dedication. Chander's romanticism is not just about nature but also human relationships and the importance of understanding and appreciating nature's beauty. His theory about clay represents the desires of the universe, and his creative treasure is influenced by love and beauty. Despite criticisms, Chander's romanticism is not nostalgic or balanced, but rather a name for escaping social conditions and political life.
- Mohammad Yasir
- Lecturer, Department of Arts & Humanities, BUITEMS, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan
- Dr. Aurang Zaib
- Assistant Professor, Department of Arts & Humanities, BUTEMS, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan