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The Poetry Of Sylvia Plath And Kamala Das


Subtitle: A Comparative Study of Confessional and Feminine Perspectives


Authored By: Nidhi Mehta


Publisher:  Authorspress


ISBN-13: 9789352073986


Year of Publication: 2016


Pages: 290

                                       Binding: Hardback(HB)


Category:  English Literature


Price in Rs. 696.50

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About the Book


 

The book examines andanalyses the poetic world of the two women, Sylvia Plath and Kamala Das, hailing from two different cultures. The present book attempts a criticalanalysis of the poetic concerns from a female perspective with the purpose of identifying and comparing the poetesses’ strategies of response to the forces of oppression that exists in a gendered society. It is through a confessional woman’s voice and through conflicts of consciousness through whichthe poets try to arrive at the poetics of individual experience.


About the Author


 

Dr. Nidhi Mehta is a freelance writer, poetess and an educationist. At present she is working as Assistant Professor in Sri Krishna College of Technology, Coimbatore. She has worked on the topic “A Comparative Study in the Poems of Sylvia Plath and Kamala Das” for her doctoral thesis. An essay of hers of one thousand words has been published in an International Online Journal Plath Profiles, Vol. 3 (Indiana Univ. USA), a poem “The Wordsmith” and research papers have been published in The Enchanting Verses International and afew poems have also been published in Muse India,an online journal.Dr. Nidhi Mehta was alsoin charge of the poetry based article section for http://www.theenchantingverses.org/ (an online journal). Many of her articles and papers have been published in national and international journals.She loves reading and writing poetry. She is lookingforward togetting her poems published as a book in the near future.