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The book “Perspectives on Indian Dalit Literature: Critical Responses” is a volume of twenty six scholarly articles focusing on the theme of Dalit’s freedom and emancipation from traditional caste-stigmatised society which sacrifices the interest of Dalits on the altar of tradition. The book endeavours to articulate voices among this marginalized class of people to come in ...more
Paperback, 1, 296 pages
Published March 1st 2020 by Booksclinic Publishing
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The book is a great source of information regarding different Indian Dalit communities and their Literature. Dipak Giri Sir's effort is praiseworthy. ...more
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A true way to understand the Dalits in India & their life, struggle & voice through writings...
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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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