In terms of literature, gender and sexuality have become prominent themes in the last decades of twentieth century. Literary traditions in most postcolonial nations have focused on writings by males. Women's narratives are either not included, or included as ?domestic fiction?, there by relegating them to a less-privileged space and ensuring that these narratives? political opinions are never taken seriously. Women?s fiction foregrounds issue of female identity and its constructions. One should not immediately assume that such writing ignores social and political problems in favor of psychological explorations of the woman?s condition. In women?s writing, many of these themes are presented in greater detail- given the larger canvas of the novel and the literary- aesthetic potential of social realism. Themes related to women can be studied under the following title: Gendered nations, Marriage and family, Body, desire, sexuality.
psychological explorations, women's writing.
Bhukya Alwar Swamy "SUPPRESSION TO IDENTITY: A CRITICAL STUDY OF POSTCOLONIAL INDIAN WOMEN WRITERS IN ENGLISH" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 1 Issue 6 2017 Page 93-97
Bhukya Alwar Swamy "SUPPRESSION TO IDENTITY: A CRITICAL STUDY OF POSTCOLONIAL INDIAN WOMEN WRITERS IN ENGLISH" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 1(6)