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Woman-Nature Interface: An Ecofeminist Study

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This present volume of nineteen essays presents a critical insight into the works of many writers of repute. All essays are woman and ecocentric where both woman and ecology are critically discussed. Along with literary essays, the volume also presents essays on other disciplines of learning. Hopefully this volume would try to reach many unexplored areas of knowledge and s ...more
Hardcover, 1, 275 pages
Published 2019 by AABS Publishing House, Kolkata, India
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Debasis Samaddar
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It's an excellent anthology on ecofeminism. Great work from Dipak Giri Sir... ...more
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Dipak Giri, Writer, Editor, from Cooch Behar, a district town within the jurisdiction of state West Bengal, India, is an acclaimed name in the field of academic and creative writings. He is the Editor-in-Chief of an international peer reviewed journal "Creative Flight" (ISSN 2582-6158). His area of studies includes Indian English Literature, Subaltern Studies, Queer Studies, Gender & Feminism. ...more

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