Authored By: Sanobar Hussaini
Year of Publication: 2016
|Pages: 210||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: Women Studies
|Price in Rs. 560.00||Price in (USA) $. 44.8|
The present book is an attempt to study Indian women writers, particularly in the post-Independence era, who seek to project and interpret experience from the point of feminine consciousness and sensibility.The general tenor of the arguments in this book is the evolving feminist consciousness in writers like Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Arundhati Roy and Namita Gokhale, who through their female protagonists engage in self-analysis wherein they find themselves subjugated and marginalized. It is hoped that the book will open new vistas for further studies andwould be of great help to academicians, students and scholars.
Dr. Sanobar Hussaini is an Assistant Professor of English at Mithibai College, affiliated to the University of Mumbai. She has published books on Business Communication and several research papers in refereed journals and collections. Her research interests include literature of Indian subcontinent (original and translation) and comparative study of Urdu and English literature. She is currently working on marsiya writings in Urdu literature.