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Sudha Sarojini Simon Shibu

Published by Sarup & Sons

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From: Majestic Books (London, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Sarup & Sons. Condition: New. pp. v + 284. Seller Inventory # 49672816

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Shibu Simon and Sarojini Sudha

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About this Item: Sarup, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Inchoative writers of optimism. 2. The genre of literature of resistance. 3. Indelible history. 4. Imposed oppression. 5. Ingrained optimism. 6. Beautiful black, dignified Dalit. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. The book discusses in general the commonalities in the women discourses in Black American and Dalit Indian Literatures and in particular how the discourses of its two representative writers Maya Angelou, the Black American and Bama the Indian Dalit offer new and positive insights into their communities. A comparative reading of these two writers exhibits their optimism despite the discrimination and disillusionment they had endured. Introducing both the writers as literary resistant their works are analyzed using the Theory of Resistance. The book presents in detail the indelible history of the blacks and the Dalits and their literary development. It also studies the oppression and exploitation imposed on the blacks and the Dalits. The writers have been found to expose oppression at the societal, religious and gender levels. Their ingrained optimism points to a marked deviation from other oppressive writers: optimism and hope generates self esteem and self identity to these writers. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 110275

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