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Edited By:- Dr S. Chelliah, Dr Bijender Singh

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ABOUT THE BOOK

Any survey of recent Indian literature does clearly reveal that the voice of the voiceless or protest, in some form or other, is the oft-repeated and even the most notable theme analysed, evaluated and projected by writers of all genres with an avowed social purpose so as to offer a sweeping revolt by all means against economic exploitation, subjugation of women, oppression of the unprivileged and suppression of the untouchables and the marginalized. Marginalization is nothing but a kind of social exclusion, a social boycott,
disadvantage and downgrading to the fringe of a caste, community or group of a society. English language, with its global base, has served as a useful tool of Dalit empowerment. It is a window through which readers are able to acquaint themselves with the writings of Dalits or on the Dalits. Present volume includes thirty insightful papers on the subject of marginality and subalternity by eminent teachers/scholar-critics and scholars. This book will, no doubt, serve the purpose of awakening the consciousness of the poor, downtrodden and the marginalized for forging their identities, thereby ensuring a society that values the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. The kernel of this book comprises a critique of the marginalization thereby propagating the idea that Dalit writing or writing on marginality and subalternity is a social engagement. This volume is no doubt an endeavour to bring before its readers the vast areas that Dalit, subaltern and marginal literatures have travelled a lot in their journey since beginning

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr S. Chelliah is Dean of Arts, Humanities and Languages and Professor and Head of Department of English and Comparative Literature, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. He has produced 20 PhD scholars, more than 209 MPhil scholars and 165 MA projects. He is the editor of two international multidisciplinary journals. He has published 6 books and 272 papers at various national and international journals. He has served as the Dean for Curriculum Development of Madurai Kamaraj University, Director for Board of Studies Section, Director for Spoken English Institute of Madurai Kamaraj University, Coordinator for CBCS Wing, Liaison officer for SC/ST Cell of Madurai Kamaraj University and Member of Board of Studies of both UG/PG of Pondicherry University, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Bharathidhasan University, Trichy, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore and Gandhigrahm University. He has been awarded the Best Research Publisher Award (Highest Profile) by Arunai International Research Foundation and awarded DLitt for excellent contribution in English Literature and Language by International Economics University (SAARC Countries) in May 2018.

Dr Bijender Singh (MA, MPhil, PhD, UGC-NET, U-SET, M-SET, HP-SET, H-TET) is an English lecturer, editor, and writer from Haryana. He has earned his first PhD from USA on Shashi Deshpande and he has submitted his second PhD thesison V.S. Naipaul in 2018. He has also done Sanskrit Honours (Shastri), Art and Crafts Teacher Course, and Multi-Purpose Health Worker (Male) Course. He has been the proud recipient of the Ambedkar Sahitya Ratna Award, Editorial Excellence Award, and Dr B.R. Ambedkar National Award. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Expression: An International Multidisciplinary e-Journal. He writes in English, Hindi, and Haryanvi. He has written a few essays, some short-stories, and many Hindi lyrics, ghazals, nazms, and English poems. He has published many articles in peer-reviewed national and international journals, seminar and conference proceedings, and edited anthologies. Many research papers/articles have been written and published on his poetry books. He has written/published around two dozen books. Few of his books are available at the Princeton University Library, USA and the Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA.

CONTENT

Introduction .................................................................................................... .. 9

Contributors .................................................................................................... 21

1. Subalternity, Marginality and Untouchability as Projected in the Current Literary Scenario ...................................................... 31
Dr S. Chelliah and Dr Bijender Singh

2. An Appraisal of Marginality in Select Dalit Short Stories ............... 37
Harish Mangalam

3. Negotiating Marginality through Female Body: Revisiting Marginal Women Characters in Krishna Sobti’s Zindaginama ........ 49
Dr Ashok Verma

4. Displacement and Marginalization of Santhals in Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar’s The Adivasi Will Not Dance ........................ 55
Dr Shikha Saxena

5. Women’s Search for Selfhood: Marginalised Women in Margaret Atwood’s Select Novels ................................................... 63
Dr Rumana Ashraf

6. Social Stratification, a Savage: A Comparative Analysis of Dr Ambedkar and Mulk Raj Anand ............................................ 69
Dr C. Ramya

7. Marginalized Status of Women and the Breaking of the Barriers: A Study of Kamala Das’ Poetry ...................................................... 75
Dr Suruchi Sharma

8. Shifting Attitude of Immigrant Women in Bharati Mukherjee’s Select Fiction: An Analysis ........................................ 83
K.M. Keerthika

9. Redefining Peripheries: Urbanization and Prostitution in Indian Literature ......................................................................... 91
Guni Vats

10. Social Exclusion of Woman Characters in Select Novels of Bharati Mukherjee: A Brief Study .............................................. 99
N. Kaushi Reddy

11. Marginalised Status of Women in Anita Desai’s Select Novels ..... 105
Dr Kusum Kanger

12. (Re-)Defining the ‘Marginal’ Identity and ‘Alternative Media’ as a Voice of Democracy: Exemplifying Arundhati Roy’s
Fictional and Non-Fictional Works ............................................... 113
Ramanuj Mahato

13. Rhetoric of Storytelling: Subverting the Colonial Ethos in “A Geronimo’s Story” .................................................................. 121
Rekha Batta

14. Evolution of Subaltern Consciousness of Women from ‘Draupadi’ of the Mahabharata to Mahasweta Devi’s ‘Draupadi’: An Analysis .................................................... 127
N. Padmapriyadharshini

15. ‘The Policy of Exclusion’: In Search of ‘Marginal Voices’ in Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children ..................................... 135
Anup Barman and Sabuj Sarkar

16. The Journey of a Woman in Kavita Kané’s Lanka’s Princess and Manini J. Anandani’s Mandodari: Queen of Lanka ................ 145
Shikha Khandpur

17. Shades of Female Marginality in Toni Morrison’s Sula and Alice Walker’s The Color Purple .................................................. 155
Dr Sumitra Singh

18. Humanism, Feminism and the Established Socio-Economic Order in the Works of Shashi Deshpande ...................................... 165
Dr Parveen Bala and Dr Vijaylakshmi

19. ‘Size-ism’ in Literature: Marginalising Fat Women as Non-Brandish ........................................................................... 173
Disha Sharma

20. The Mirror Images of Marginalization in M.R. Anand’s
Untouchable and Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things: A Comparative Analysis ......................................... 185
S. Divya Bharathi

21. Geeta as a Caged-Bird of Haveli: A Study of a Marginalised Woman ................................................................. 191
Dr Budhnath Parihast

22. Self Identity, Ambition and Womanhood in Mahesh Dattani’s Dance Like a Man ......................................................... 197
S. F. Filomine White Sheela

23. Addressing the Euphemism of “Better Life” in Pratibha Ray’s The Primal Land ................................................... 203
Sumedha Bhandari

24. Appropriation of Mythic Women through the Lens of Counter-Narration in Divakaruni’s The Palace of Illusions
and Parameswarans Sita’s Promise: A Dance Drama .................... 211
Anupama Rai

25. Tracing the Distinctive Agendas of Dalits: The Socio-Political Injustice with Reference to Vijay Tendulkar’s Kanyadaan ............ 223
Abirami P.

26. Neoteric Dalit Ecoaesthetic Subaltern Rebellious Voice as Depicted in Bama’s “Annachi”: An Analysis ................................ 229
A.P. Pavithra Bhuvaneshwari

27. African American Sojourn – An Attempt to Subvert the
Literary and Power Traditions of the Dominant Culture ............... 237
Dr S. Jayanthi

28. When I Hit You: Marginalised Coming to the Fore ....................... 245
Dr Arti Chandel

29. When ‘She’ Smiles: Deontology in Indian Puranas ....................... 253
Dr P. Bala Shanmuga Devi

30. Theorizing the Subaltern Representation as a Genre ..................... 261
Dr B. Manivannan

Index ............................................................................................. 267


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