Comprehending the Intense of Trauma from Anuradha Roy’s: the Folded Earth
S. Leena Devanesam1, V. Manimozhi2

1S. Leena Devanesam, Research Scholar, Bharat Institute of Higher Education, Chennai, (Tamil Nadu), India.
2Dr. V. Manimozhi, Professor & Head, Department of English, Bharat University, Chennai, (Tamil Nadu), India.
Manuscript received on June 12, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on June 23, 2020. | Manuscript published on July 10, 2020. | PP: 234-237 | Volume-9 Issue-9, July 2020 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijitee.J90580881019 | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.J9058.079920
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Abstract: Life is a mixture of happiness and sadness. As a day and night comprise for a better living of creatures; life is made up of joy and grief. No road is without ups and downs; similarly, life is shaped with peace and horror. Anything consumed beyond the limit makes the creature to fall sick immaterial of whether it’s hygienic or less contaminated. Here, the author cites a young aged widow suffering out of trauma after her loveable husband’s demise. She forgoes her caring parents, a luxurious comforting life for her love. She left behind all the worldly needs as she was entangled with a passion for love. She couldn’t trace and get an answer about whether her husband loved her as much as she loved him. Her married life didn’t last long. Even though she was at twenty-four, the deceased news of her husband put an end to her life. This paper aims to provide evidence of a widow’s traumatic experiences. In general, widows majorly struggle out of various factors such as anxiety, depression and suicidal. In this paper, our protagonist suffers with anxiety and slight depression. 
Keywords: Love, Mountaineering, Trauma, Husband, Terror, fear, Horror.
Scope of the Article: Soft Computing