Feminism in Hairharan’s The Thousand Faces of Night
Author(s):
R.Umagandhi , G.Ruba
Keywords:
Feminism, subjugation, Feminine, Self-Effacement, Gender Biased, intolerance, Patriarchal
Abstract
Githa Hariharan, a well-known Indian woman author, has tried to focus on the deeply entrenched biases of Indian society against the feminine gender. The novel The Thousand Faces of Night (1993) deals with the issues of feminism as well as the issues of gender and identity also. In it, she tries to explore mainly the lives of the typescript namely, Devi, Sita and Mayamma who survives in male subjugated society. Woman faces all the problem in her life and even survives with her inner strength. Through the study of women characters, Githa provides us with a peek into the Indian institution and culture and the situation of women in the Indian society.
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Unique Paper ID: 147434

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 8

Page(s): 14 - 15
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