Fictionalising Women’s Lives A Discussion of Three Fictionalised Biographies in Assamese
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Dr. Ipsita Bhattacharyya
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Women’s lives have found space in written words just a few decades ago. The lives of women, even the extraordinary ones goes undocumented. But the trend is changing with more and more biographies, autobiographies, fictionalised biographies coming into existence in world literature. Quite a few women writers from Assam have also taken the onus upon themselves to document the lives of women who have given a direction to the process of identity formation. Re-imagining women through fictionalised narratives gives the writers the freedom to explore the facts about the women whose lives have not found much space in any narrative. The form of fictionalised biographies use the inventory of narrative strategies, plot models, models of female subjectivity and political agendas involved with the lives of women artists.
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Unique Paper ID: 156502

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 4

Page(s): 350 - 355
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