Gender and Caste in the Anglophone-Indian Novels of Arundhati Roy and Githa Hariharan
Feminist Issues in Cross-cultural Perspectives. Women's Studies S. v. 45
Attempts to interpret feminist issues from a cross-cultural point of view. By choosing two women, Indian novelists, who think and write as Anglophones, the author has seized upon a critical conjunction of four key issues: gender, caste, language, and tradition.
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"The chief value of this book is its presentation of feminist concerns from the perspective of two totally different cultures: the Spanish author and her two Indian subjects. This is first rate scholarship, but from a surprisingly new direction." - Dr. Herbert Richardson, Editor The Edwin Mellen Press"