An informative and engaging exploration of four prominent female poets writing in Hindi and Urdu over the course of the twentieth century in India and Pakistan. Anantharam follows the authors Mahadevi Varma, Kishwar Naheed, Fahmida Riaz and Gagen Gill and their works, as both countries undergo profound political and social transformations.Womena#39;s Indigenous Knowledge and Cosmopolitanism in South Asian Poetry Anita Anantharam. (or many more), the discussion results in more questions than answers. Ifin fact aHindi-Urdua at one point in its history in the subcontinent was one language but has now become distinctly separated and bound by nationalist anbsp;...
|Title||:||Bodies That Remember|
|Publisher||:||Syracuse University Press - 2014-05-14|