Vol. 2, Issue 3 (2016)
Annihilation of human beings in Pakistani society: The link between past and present violence with reference to Sidhwa’s “Ice Candy Man”
Author(s): Muhammad Ehsan, Yasir Munawar Khan, Muhammad Mohsin Ayub, Muhammad Ahsin Ayub, Hasnain Irshad
Abstract: This paper deals with violation of human kind especially women at the time of partition of Subcontinent in 1947 and present era with reference to Sidhwa’s “Ice-Candy-Man”. It also tells us how mankind suffers the calamities of holocaust. We identify with that sadism is any corporeal, poignant, oral, institutional, structural or devout conduct, stance, strategy or stipulation that ebbs, eclipses or obliterates others and ourselves. In other words, Violence contains of proceedings, nomenclature, sentiment, configurations or organizations that bring about corporal, psychosomatic, societal or ecological smash up and/or avert people from triumph their chock-a-block human latent. Violence can be intensely ordered into the arrangement of associations, surrounded by social as well as economic factors and opinionated provisions, and flush in the mores of a community and of an inclusive orderliness. Hence, universal violence can in twist be derivation grounds of divergence, as well as behavioral retort to an explicit variance condition. The paper will scrutinize the diverse types of maltreatment raze to the privileges of human beings particularly women at the time of the partition of subcontinent and present epoch. This paper based on John Galtung’s theory of violence 1969 applying on Sidhwa’s Ice-Candy-Man.