Katha, Jan 1, 2002 - Anthologie - Formschlagwort - 262 pages
Translating Caste brings the issue of caste and its textual representation in contemporary Indian literature into the classrooms of universities in India and abroad and erects a framework for the study of the treatment of caste in an all India literary arena.
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