IMAGES OF DEPRESSED WOMEN IN THE PATRIARCHY SOCIETY: REFERENCE WITH ANITA NAIR’S WORKS

Authors

  • Dr. Meena Priya , Dharshini Assistant Professor in Women’s Studies, Mother Teresa Women’s university,
  • M. Mathishri M.Phil scholar, Department of Women’s Studies, Mother Teresa Women’s University.

Keywords:

Self Identity, Images of women, Partiarchy

Abstract

The academic discipline of women writing as a discrete a area of literary studies is based on
the notion that experience of women ,historically, has been shaped by their gender, and so
women writers by definition are a group worthy of separate study. The majority of English and
American literature programme offer courses on specific aspects of literature by women and
women’s writing generally considered an area of specialization in its own right. Women writers
were not allowed to mention their names in earlier. Bur ,Anita Nair ladies larpe has turned out to
be a great success. The novel raises the questions whether the role of an Indian women as a
representative of other women living under oppressive patriarchal systems in relation to cultural
resistance, should be restricted only to their roles as wifes and mothers. Anita Nair projects
Indian feminism and attitude towards through images of Indian typical women characters. As a
women writer, she goes deep into the inner mind of the depressed women by their emotion and
patriarchy society. This is the outcome of Indian women’s Image.

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Published

2017-10-31

How to Cite

Dharshini, D. M. P. , & Mathishri, M. (2017). IMAGES OF DEPRESSED WOMEN IN THE PATRIARCHY SOCIETY: REFERENCE WITH ANITA NAIR’S WORKS. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 5(10), 7. Retrieved from https://www.ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/3038