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Violence against women is not a new or recent phenomenon. Women have been the victims of patriarchy all through the ages, in all societies, cultures, and religious communities in the world. There are legions forms of violence being committed against women. This book focuses on the biographical information of the novelists: Shashi Deshpande and Doris Lessing in brief and also provides some information on literature and feminism. It aims to examine the concept of marriage from feminist perspective in The Dark Holds No Terrors and The Grass Is Singing. Comparison is made between the women…mehr

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Violence against women is not a new or recent phenomenon. Women have been the victims of patriarchy all through the ages, in all societies, cultures, and religious communities in the world. There are legions forms of violence being committed against women. This book focuses on the biographical information of the novelists: Shashi Deshpande and Doris Lessing in brief and also provides some information on literature and feminism. It aims to examine the concept of marriage from feminist perspective in The Dark Holds No Terrors and The Grass Is Singing. Comparison is made between the women protagonists Sarita and Mary, and attempt has been made to prove that even if the culture, language, education and ecology is different, gender oppression is common lot to them.
Autorenporträt
Prafulkumar Vaidhya is an assistant professor. He has been teaching in department of English, Sardar Patel Mahavidyalaya, Chandrapur, Maharashtra since 2009. His area of interest includes Feminism, Dalit Literature and Buddhism. He has penned number of research papers in journals and conference, seminars proceedings of state and national level.