Changing Faces of Women in Indian Writing in English
Collects 12 Essays That Try To Study The Fate Of Indian Women In A Conventional And At The Same Time A Fast Developing Society. Though All The Contributors Are Males But None Are Fanatics To Allow Their Prejudices To Cloud Their Vision.
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