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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 7037-7043

Feminism in Indian Novels

Dr. Susheela. B.


Women are often subjugated to distinctive kinds of afflictions daily. Feminism is the belief in full social, economic and political equality of women. It largely rose in response to western traditions that restricted the rights of women but feminist thought has a global manifestations and variations. Feminism is a social, political movement. It changes the way that people see male and female rights (mainly female) campaigning for equal ones. Much like their western counterparts, Indians robust tradition of feminist writers has stood up for the cause and added powerful voices to the movement. Many of the nuances of gender, religion and caste struggle in the Indian context can be understood through the keyway research writings of Indian feminist writers.

Key words: campaigning, distinctive, feminism, manifestation, subjugated

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