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‘[Devika] brings to the reader the delight of reading a book rich in concepts and sources’ Contributions to Indian Sociology
The Malayalam literary public is one of the most vibrant in India, and thrives on the long history of widespread literacy in the state of Kerala. It is well described as the ‘beating heart’ of Kerala’s publiclife. Historically, it has been the space i
Kindle Edition, 199 pages
Published August 15th 2013 by Penguin
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Feb 23, 2014 Meena rated it really liked it
Very interesting book, as it takes apart the authority/superiority of male reading public and critics and challenges their hegemony in the interpretation of women writers. Also, I personally liked the chapter on Nalini Jameela. The book would have been a breeze for a lay reader if only the academic language was made more accessible.
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