A critical review of the historical background, familial and social conditions, which contributed to the phenomenal success of women writers in the fifties, and a detailed analysis of their talent and technique. Foreword by Kalpana Rentala, well-known feminist writer and critic. Also, a brief account of growing up, "in her own words" by Sarayu Rao.
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Malathi Nidadavolu is a reputable writer and critic from Andhra Pradesh, India. Writing fiction for nearly sixty years, currently residing in the U.S, she aims to bring out our commonalities to the global audience. Her web site, www.thulika.net, starting in June 2001, has been acclaimed highly for its content, which includes stories and insightful comments on modern Telugu fiction. She has published three books previously.
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