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Shashi Deshpande’s fiction sets forth the natural and influence of Indian Woman’s role as a ‘co-provider’ on her own as well as on her husband’s domestic role on their familial and marital relations. The question’s related to professional woman’s role, status, power, duty, obligations and empowerment vis-à-vis her husband’s are congenital to feminist studies and clear a assessment of professional woman’s experience regarding their role conflict, role overload marital stress, dilemma, fatigue and self doubt can be explicated through the study of The Dark Holds No Terror. Saruis caught in an emotional flux; endeavour to come to term with her protean roles, while trying her best to integrate her true self.

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