ECONSPEAK: A Journal Of Advances In Management, IT & Social Sciences


Online-Issn No :
2231-4571
Print-Issn No :
XXXX
Language :
English
Publisher :
SKIREC PUBLICATIONS

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Quest for feminine Autonomy with special reference to select Novels of Kamala Markandaya


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Article type :

Review article

Author :

Sharmila Yadav

Volume :

11

Issue :

1

Abstract :

In kamala Markandayn’s first novel Nectar In a sieve published in 1954 deals with the life and travails of a peasant women Rukmani represents a large number of under privileged women of India in general and rural women in particular.Their backs are bent due to poverty and labour for which they are hardly paid. Further writers seldom wrote about them because urban readers take no interest in such writings.Rukmani and her family face every kind of problem imposed on them by a cruel fate and also by cruel and unjust social order.The author not only brackets the poor and the women but also shows us how the defects in the exiting society affect women the most Krishna . Ahooja Patel represents statistically the facts and status of women in society.

Keyword :

In kamala Markandayn’s first novel Nectar

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