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Oxford University Press, 2005 - Abused women - 126 pages
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This translation of the Tamil novel Sangati is a fine example of Dalit writing, and flouts any received notions of what a novel should be. It has no plot in the normal sense, nor any main characters. In terms of structure, it seeks to create a Dalit-feminist perspective and explores the impact
of a number of discriminations--compounded above all, by poverty--suffered by Dalit women.

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