Indian women novelists, set III, Volume 1
Rajinder Kumar Dhawan
Prestige Books, 1995 - Feminism and literature - 253 pages
Anthology of articles on contemporary Indian women novelists writing in English, excluding those covered in the second set; with a focus on feminism and feminist literature.
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Time to Stop Suffering in Silence
Women Writing in English
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