Since the mid-Nineteen Eighties, several Indian ladies novelists have enriched mainstream English literature with stories of educated, middle-class, Indian women migrating to and settling in North America. The novels assert that by migrating to North America, the protagonists had been capable of finding ‘freedom’. In this paper, I question whether international migration essentially leads to ‘freedom’ for this cohort of Indian ladies and argue that it their histories and experiences of subjugation and emancipation aren’t necessarily in binary opposition, and that there could also be a space for multiplicity. Based on their altering energy positions, the respondents were placed simultaneously on the centre and at the margins in their own houses, at work and on the locations of socialisation.
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