The Grip of Change (Literatures in Translation)

The Grip of Change Literatures in Translation Translation of a classic novel on social change caste role of Parayars in Indian society First novel by a Dalit women excellent as a text Includes author s notes and review of the context of the boo

  • Title: The Grip of Change (Literatures in Translation)
  • Author: P. Sivakami
  • ISBN: 9788125030201
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • Translation of a classic novel on social change, caste, role of Parayars in Indian society First novel by a Dalit women excellent as a text Includes author s notes and review of the context of the book.

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    1. Inaugurates a new generation of Dalit writing which questions patriarchy and Dalit literary tradition. The sequel interrogates the writer and her first novel. A dazzling book.


    2. This 1989 novel presents a portrait of rural village life and a culture very foreign to me, but the reading experience is is immersive and powerful. Gowri is a daughter whose coming-of-age is marked by the universal experience of discovery, a broadened awareness of the world, and disillusionment with her once-idealized father. The Author's Notes, which follow the novel, present the novelist's very real struggle with creativity, imagination, truth and the inevitable conflict with the shared stori [...]


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