Dalit Feminist Poetry- Subtleties of Identification
Author(s):
Dr. Bincy Dominic
Keywords:
Marginalized community, Dalit Feminist, Women Poets, Collective consciousness
Abstract
Dalit feminist writings depict the collective consciousness of the caste system and identity crisis and critically analyse the doubly marginalization of women. This paper is rooted in the new shade of women poets in Kerala, revealing their experiences and explores the different images of women that portray self-esteem in the light of poetic forms. It addressed patriarchal ideologies such as caste, race, class, and occupation and examined gender and caste-related factors related to the consequences that bring to light various levels of social structure, and figured out traditional disenfranchisement. Thus, it also try to  explore  four poets from Malayalam Dalit Feminist poets Vijila  It also delve into  four poets from Malayalam Dalit Feminist poets Vijila Chirapatt, Sathi Angamaly, Ammu Deepa, Sunitha Thoppil and try to analyse how they redefined their self images through their writings and how to used their voices to current scenarios uplift their legacy. This study marks an awakening of consciousness and an approach to social change in Dalit community.
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Unique Paper ID: 159521

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 1 - 5
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