Arundhathi Subramaniam presents her as a person like every human being with tremendous possibilities. Shakuntala in Arundhathi Subramaniam’s poems through an introspective understanding of her experiences matures into a self-reliant woman. Unlike the mythological character Shakuntala who brims with joy after her acceptance by Dushyanta, Subramaniam’s Shakuntala calls it a “bad” bargain. Arundhathi Subramaniam speaks about her cycle of poem entitiled “Eight Poems for Shakuntala” while delivering the fourth annual James and Shobha Mendonca Lecture on Poetry. About this contemporized version of Shakuntala she
La voz a ti debida has received criticism from a number of academics for being a misogynistic work of poetry and is described as “androcentric” by Bermúdez. The theme of possession is widespread in the poem, along with the objectification of the amada, both anti-feminist elements of Salinas’s work. In addition to this, the beloved is portrayed as empty and lifeless, only acting as a hindrance to the happiness of the narrator, whether she loves him or does not. The amada’s power is only weakened by her lack of voice, taken from her by Salinas. The theme of possession is prevalent from the onset and throughout La Voz a ti Debida.
Kamala Das, a prominent Indian poet, memoirist and short-story writer whose work was known for its open discussion of women’s sexual lives, a daring subject when she began publishing in midcentury, died on May 31 in Pune, India. She was 75. The cause was respiratory failure, her doctor told the news service United News of India. A prolific writer, Ms. Das composed most of her poetry in English. Most of her fiction, which appeared under the pen name Madhavikutty, was written in her native Malayalam, a non-Indo-European language spoken primarily in the South Indian state of Kerala.
ADDITIONAL ENGLISH CIA – I TOPIC: MARGINALISED WRITER AND ANALYSIS OF THEIR WORK. KAMALA DAS Kamal Surayya, also known by her pen-name Kamala Das and Madhavikutty was an exceptional Indian English writer and a leading Malayalam author. She was known for her poems, short stories and autobiographies. Her early life was one that had lot of ups and downs. All that was gently reflected in her works much.
This can be considered controversial. In this paper, we have done a cultural analysis with Dalit women who suffer under double oppression in the novels of Bama and Sivagami. Bama in her bestselling novel “Karukku” explains various situations in her childhood where she herself
The position of Dalit women is as marginalized in Dalit literature as they are in their community. Education gives them the chance to narrate their voices of distress, and sorrows in their autobiographical writings. The contribution of Dalit women writers to Dalit Literature is significant and Sivagami is one among them who always focuses the plight of Dalit women
3 Hence,the rubber-filled sun temple in Konarak which is a dry region indicates the ruin of the marriage between Mr.Das and Mrs. Das.In addition ,the theme of self realization and the need of empathy to realize others are reflected through the characters of Mr. Das, Mrs. Das and Mr.Kapasi. The theme of cultural identity is reflected through the difference between the American
Kedarnath Singh -a noted Hindi poet of the modern trend Abstract: Kedarnath Singh is one of the most prominent modern poets writing Hindi. He is also known for his critic writing and essays on daily life. From many years Kedarnath Singh has conveyed many complex themes on society in very simple everyday words. He is famous for the lyrical quality of his writing and the perfect tune with sensitive treatment of human-nature relationship. In this paper we will be focusing on the major works and contributions towards Hindi literature of Kedarnath Singh in recent years.
The present research article is an attempt to discuss the abject misery of dalit women and the inhumanity of upper caste on them depicted in the novel of Bama’sSangati Key words: Dalit, Women, Sufferings, pain, community,condition,Oppression. Introduction: literature is considered as