Disability Issues: A Maslowian Analysis of J. M. Coetzee’s ‘Slow Man’

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Neelima.L, Karthika Jayasingh, Dr. Indu. B


Each culture gives the scholarly transformation to an individual, and the same scholarly transformation permits an individual to utilize his/her fundamental mental capacities to adjust to a specific culture in which one lives. The speculations of Maslow's Hierarchy of requirements assumes an endless part in a person’s development; and the equivalent is precipitously applied to the novel ‘Slow Man’ written by J.M. Coetzee. The main objective of our study is to analyse Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs within the context of 'Slow Man’and to analyze whether the main character achieves self-actualization as per the theory of Hierarchy of Needs proposed by Abraham Maslow.

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