The book deals the intriguing features of human minds, how the representations are made in everyday literature. In social levels, our identities are often taken as a branded certainty. The brief encounter gives an insight of three different perspectives shared around three streams of thoughts : existentialism, post-colonialism and post-structural theories. It appreciates the deep understanding of humanity that our identities is a constant phenomena, an evolving process, a ongoing deconstructing process. The traces of an existential anguish in Ibsen's A Doll's House, the deceleration of Oriental discourse in E M Forster's A Passage to India and a comparative study of Jean Baudrillard and Jacques Derrida are placed with a deep care and understanding. The issues question the way we deconstruct the world, especially woven in the literary representations of Modernity.