Shashi Deshpande's Novels: A Feminist Study
The Present Book Seeks To Study The Feminist Perspective In Shashi Deshpande S Novels. It Reveals Deshpande S Sincerity And Ability In Voicing The Concerns Of The Urban Educated Middle-Class Woman. Trapped Between Tradition And Modernity, Her Sensitive Heroines Are Fully Conscious Of Being Victims Of Gross Gender Discrimination Prevalent In A Conservative Male-Dominated Society. A Culture-Specific Approach Has Been Adopted To Unravel Shashi Deshpande S Pragmatic Resolution Related To The Modern Indian Woman S Beleaguered Existence. The Book, It Is Hoped, Will Make A Rich Contribution To Women S Studies.
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