A STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA IN SUDHA MURTHY’S GENTLY FALLS THE BAKULA

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  • M. MOUNICA II B.A ENGLISH Dr. UMAYAL RAMANATHAN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KARAIKUDI

Abstract

Feminism has gathered momentum all over the world standing up for female emancipation, clamouring for equal rights and social justice. Feminism has gone through I wave, II wave, III wave, with the different stages of resistance, protests and confrontations, inviting unequal and opposite reaction from men going to the extent of clamouring for male emancipation. Ever since science reared its head, shattering the religious theories of human origin, many concepts perpetrated by patriarchy were toppled. That includes the position of man and woman in the society also.

A brief look at the religious concepts will indicate the status assigned to man and woman. The status of women has been changing from age to age. Sometimes, even within the same era, diametrically controversial views about the importance of women have prevailed. While one group of philosophers asserts women as the highest gift of God to man, the other refutes this importance given to women and the latter are consistent with the view that the best way to reach God is to avoid women.

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Published

2017-10-31

How to Cite

MOUNICA, M. (2017). A STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA IN SUDHA MURTHY’S GENTLY FALLS THE BAKULA. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 5(10), 8. Retrieved from https://www.ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/2997