The fiction of Shobha De: critical studies
Prestige Books in association with Saurashtra University, Jan 1, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 364 pages
Shobha De Has Emerged As A Major Novelist On The Indian Literary Scene. From Her First Novel, Socialite Evenings, To The Recently-Published Autobiographical Work Speedpost, She Has Evolved As A Sensitive Writer. The Book, Comprising More Than Thirty Critical Essays, Makes A Pioneering Attempt Ar Exploring De`S Fictional World That Has Aroused So Much Curiosity And Interest Amongst The Readers.
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The Fiction of Shobha
Two Aspects of Feminism
A Protest among the Patriarchal
Aasha Rani affair Akshay Alisha Amrita Anita Desai Anjali Aparna attitude autobiography beautiful becomes behaviour betrayal Bildungsroman Binny body Bombay celebrity characters consciousness critical culture daughter David Davidar Delhi Dilip divorce dream essay experience exploitation father feel female feminine feminism feminist fiction film world gender Girish girl heroine husband identity Indian women journalist Karuna Khushwant Singh Krish Kumar lesbian live look male Malini marital marriage married Maya Maya's middle-class Mikki Minx modelling mother narrator needs never Nikhil Nisha novelist patriarchal Penguin person popular protagonist R.K. Dhawan Rani's Ranjan realizes Reema relationship Ritu role says Second Thoughts Selective Memory sexual Shashi Deshpande Shobha De's Shobha De's novels Sisters Snapshots social Socialite society star Starry Nights story Strange Obsession Sultry Days Swati tells thing traditional Uncertain Liaisons vamp wife woman writing Yashwantbhai young Zeenat Aman