Feminism and Indian English Fiction

edited by P.M. Nayak
S.P. Swain

Price: Rs. 125.00
pp.: 120
ISBN 978-81-7977-444-1

List of Contents:

Feminism and Our Fiction—John E. Abraham

Feminism and Indian English Fiction—S.N. Prasad

Tagore’s New Woman : A study of three fiction works—Soma Banerjee

Feminism and Anita Desai’s Cry, the Peacock and Where Shall We Go this Summer?—M. Mani Meitei

Exile as a Feminist Motive in Anita Desai’s Fire on the Mountain—Rama Nair

Woman as Possessor : A Reflection of Markandaya’s Anti-Patriarchal Rage and Divided-Consciousness in Possession—Ramesh K. Srivastava

Against Marginalisation of Indian Woman : A Feminist Reading of Shobha De’s Socialite Evenings—Soumyajit Samanta

The Dark Holds No Terrors : Assertion on the feminine psyche—S.P. Swain

Facets of Feminism : Roots and Shadows, Cry, the Peacock and Temporary Answers—G.D. Barche

Nayantara Sahgal and Feminism—T.R. Dash

Malgonkar’s Maharani : A Feminist View Point—Indira G. Bhatt

The Woman Question in R.K. Nayan’s Novels —Vimala Rao

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