Jaya's Decisions and its Consequences Found in the Novel ‘That Long Silence'
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Associate Professor, Department of English, Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies (Vels University), Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2018;13(4):emEJAC191007
Decision making is the most important course of choosing a coherent choice from the open possibilities. When we try to make a perfect decision an individual must evaluate the pros and cons of each pronouncement, and should always study all the replacements. For an effective decision making, each person must be able to predict the consequence of their choice. Based on the terms mentioned above, each person should decide which option is best for a specific condition. This article is going to discuss whether the decision taken by women affects them psychologically. The fear of failure makes women to suppress their thoughts and decisions within them which reflect in some other way. If so, does the decision taken by a woman affect her personal and professional life? Do women's suppressed psychological fears and traumas of her unconscious mind reflect in their dreams? If so, how can they overcome it? The quest for the responses of these queries is explored in the novel That Long Silence (1989).