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Feminism in the novels of Shashi Deshpande and Anita Nair

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Autor: Anjali Hans
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Artikelnummer: 1340328
ISBN / EAN: 9783659488917

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  • Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
  • ISBN / EAN: 9783659488917
  • Bindung: Taschenbuch

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Shashi Deshpande is contemporary Indo-English novelist who has presented the plight of middle-class women, who are oscillation between traditional and modern roles. Shashi Deshpande was born in 1938 at Dharwar, a small town in North Karnataka. She is the daughter of the eminent Sanskrit Scholar, Shriranga. The novelist has studied in Bombay and Bangalore and acquired degrees in Economics and low, as well as a postgraduate degree in English literature and a diploma in journalism. She is now settled in Bangalore along with her husband and son. Shashi Deshpande started her literary career in the 70 s with short stories- her first been honored with Sahitya Academy Award in 1990 for her novel That long Silence. She has also received Thirumathi Rangamala Prize for her novel Roots and Shadows. Till date Shashi Deshpande has produced five story collections and novels. Shashi Deshpande s works are based on purely Indian Setting. She has illustrated the subordinate position of women in the orthodox tradition-bound Indian society. These existing norms axe the right of women and sideline their existence as human beings. She has taken up the issues of gender discrimination and social condit

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