A study of Indian feminist poetry from 19th century to the present



  • Ghassan Nawaf Jaber Alhomoud Assistant Professor of English Literature, Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Department of English Language and Literature. C.B.A, Saudi Arabia


Brahmanical Hinduism, feminism, feminist poetry, Indian poetry, Indian woman, nineteenth century, sexual longing, twenty-first century


Language is a medium to express the emotions. Writers journey via the sector of letters to give the passing a long time with hidden truth via the world of literature. This paper specializes in the illustration of Indian women in nineteenth, and twenty-first century Indian poetry. Within the context of poems reviewed Feminist principle paperwork the framework for analysis and interpretation. Standing function of Indian girls differ in Extraordinary technology In Indian poetry, 19th century poets recreated a photograph of weighted down Indian women. Analysis indicates that the protagonist in twenty-first century Indian poetry is lady with freelance thoughts. Male dominated society continually suppressed the identification of girls. However, inside the present kingdom of affairs lady began raise her voice for her identity. As time passes identification of girl’s adjustments from futility to fruitfulness. In this paper we will analysis the Indian feminist poetry from 1900 to present date.


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Alhomoud, G. N. J. (2021). A study of Indian feminist poetry from 19th century to the present. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S1), 1218-1223. https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS1.1507



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