Feminist English Literature

Feminist English Literature

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Author: Manmohan K Bhatnagar
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers
Year: 2002
Language: English
Pages: 318
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171568246


Feminism is a rapidly developing critical ideology of great promise. It has evolved into a philosophy encompassing diverse fields of human activity in society.The present anthology provides a broad spectrum on Feminist English Literature.

The feminist theory, its varied articulations and its ramifications in a literary context constitute a significant segment for critical endeavor.

With in-depth analysis of the works of Kamala Das, Kamal Markandya, Anita Desai, Rama Mehta, Shashi Deshpande, Uma Vasudeven, Githa Hariharan, Nina Sibal, Arundhati Roy, Mary Shelley, Jane Austen, Virginia Woolf, Margaret Atwood, Jean Rhys, Ellen Glasgow, F Scott Fitzgerald, Toni Morrison and others, this anthology provides a broad spectrum.

The volume also contains articles on feminist theory, the emerging self of women in Indian English Fiction and general appraisal of women novelists as regards their portrayal of the Woman’s question



Feminist English Literature –An Introduction

Kamala Das – Need for Re-Assessment

The Unconscious Desire and its Fulfillment in Kamala Markandya’s A Silence of Desire
Images of Alienation – A Study of Anita Desai’s Novels

Inside the Haveli –The Silent Transformation

Roots and Shadows- A Feminist Study

Articulation of the Feminine Voice: Jaya in Shashi Deshpande’s that Long Silence

Shreya of Sonagarh: A Sexist approach

The Image of woman in Uma Vasudevan’s The Song of Anasuya – A Study

Yatra – A Journey Unto Self-Accomplishment

The God of Small Things – A Feminist Analysis

Fictional Treatment of the Neurotic Phenomenon –
Indian Women Novelists in English and Psycho-analysis

For a Story of My Own – The Female Quest for Identity: A Global Perspective

Shobha De’s Socialite Evenings – A Feminist Study

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein: A Study in Repression and hysteria

Elizabeth Bennet, Jane Austen’s Feminist Heroine

The Concept of Perfect Man in Between the Acts of Virginia Woolf

Atwood’s I and Thou

The Feminine Predicament in Margaret Atwood’s the Edible Woman

A Doll’s House – A Reassessment

Ellen Glasgow’s The Miller of Old Church -Vision of a Changing Woman

Female Characters in F. Scott Fitzgerald

A Critique of Toni Morrison’s Feminism

The Alienated Self – A Study of Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day

T S Eliot and Hinduism

Superstition and Psyche in Anita Desai’s Cry, The Peacock
Where Shall We Go This Summer? – Sita’s Incarcerated Self

Tradition and Deviation – A Study of Anita Desai’s Novels

Feminism Jettisoned in Pinter’s Plays

Nargis Dalal –The Woman Writer

Concept of Woman in Nectar in a Sieve

The Novels of Tony Morrison – A Feminist Study