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Gender and Marginality in Mahesh Dattani's Drama: Text and Context

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Gender and marginality always appeals to Mahesh Dattani’s dramatic art. The fame of his dramas chiefly lies in his treatment of gender and marginality. His sole concern is to seek plea for the marginalized sections of people who are made victims on the basis of gender, race and religion and he hardly misses this aspect in his dramas. As a dramatist for the marginalized and ...more
Hardcover, 1, 210 pages
Published 2019 by AABS Publishing House, Kolkata, India (first published 2018)
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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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