Women in the recent decade earning their equal rights and position as men and moreover people speak of women empowerment. However, which is still interrogated as it is not achieved the purpose on their lives. The reason is women are inferior and comparatively accused for characters, physical appearance and primarily to the economically degradations. They are forced to do many works which society will look down upon them. It is even difficult for a single parent for taking care of their child, giving proper food and education. Similarly, the aforementioned insights are highlighted in Rachel Kushner’s The Mars Room. Rachel Kushner was in born 1968 and is an American writer, known for her novels Telex from Cuba (2008), The Flamethrowers (2013), and The Mars Room (2018).Kushner is famous for her debut novel Flamethrowers. She mainly focuses on the struggle of women and bring out their problems to the world. This paper throws light on how the protagonist Mrs. Romy Leslie Hall encounters hardships in women’s jail in the central valley to serve two consecutive lifetime term. The paper also delineates the shades of deprivation, and suffering and her life as a bar dancer and its repercussions to fall as the victim of poverty and negligence of rights.
Rachel Kushner, The Mars Room, Poverty, Struggle, Economy, Single Mother, Labour
Aiswarya Sushil Kumar , Dr. Nagalakshmi K "Riddance of Societal and Humane Ethics in Rachel Kushner’s The Mars Room" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 10 2023 Page 571-573
Aiswarya Sushil Kumar , Dr. Nagalakshmi K "Riddance of Societal and Humane Ethics in Rachel Kushner’s The Mars Room" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(10)