Women about Women in Indian Literature in English
The Book Is A Highly Valuable Addition To The Growing Literature In The Discipline Of Women S Studies In India. Its Distinctness Consists In Analysing And Evaluating Literature By (Indian) Women In English And Their Representation In Such Literature From Theoretical Angles Available. The Editorial Is A Critique Of Western Feminist Models As Well As A Theory-Information Vis-À-Vis The Indian Social Reality. Prof. R.S. Singh S Scholarly Article Deals With Women S Theory In Practice And The Problems And Issues Involved In Such An Enterprise. Alladi Uma Explores Methodological Alternatives Available For Reading A Text While Santosh Gupta Portrays Self-Fulfilment And Identity-Crisis As Syndromes In The Novels Of The Eighties And Nineties Written By Women. Ranjana Harish S Article Diligently Makes Use Of Elaine Showalter S Categories While Exploring The Multi-Faceted Aspects Of Indian Women S Autobiographies. Sunanda Mongia Explores Epistemologies Of The Representation Of Women. Jharana Sanyal S Unpretentious Article Discusses The Lesser Known Poems Of The Well Known Poets: Toru Dutt, Sarojini Naidu, Kamla Das, Gauri Deshpande, Among Others. Krishna Mohan Shows How Women S Identity Has Been Undergoing Transformations (Metonymies Of Self) In The Postmodern Era. Prof. P.P. Sharma S Article Is Wide Ranging In Tracing Causal Links Between Women S Oppression And Patriarchy. Prof. R.S. Pathak S Highly Scholarly Article Traces The Linguistic Equivalents To The (Unconscious) Female Psyche.This Book Pioneers The Cause Of Women S Theory Not In Isolation But In Relation To Its Praxis.
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