Nine Indian Women Poets: An Anthology
Eunice De Souza
Oxford University Press, 1997 - Poetry - 95 pages
This anthology covers nine Indian women poets writing in English. Edited by the poet and academic Eunice de Souza, it brings together poems which are witty, ironic, poignant and technically assured. The book includes a general introduction and critical appraisals of each poet.
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