Write a note on the Urban-Social Realism that forms the technique in The Tin Flute.

Write a note on the Urban-Social Realism that forms the technique in The Tin Flute.

Their revolving doors and tables set almost on the sidewalk behind gleaming bay windows, the brightly lit movie theatres, their aisles disappearing into the dark behind the cashier’s glass cage amid tall, glittering mirrors, polished banisters and potted plants, rising towards the screen that brought the most beautiful visions in the world. @. 17)All these passages are very much in the realist mode made current by writers like gustave Flaubert from France.

Flaubert (1821-80) is famous for his 1857 novel Madame Bovaly. It is the story of the adultery of a doctor’s wife in Normandy. Flaubert’s special brand of ‘realism’ emanated from mythological representation and the accumulation of circumstantial detail. Roy is more like Joyce.

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