There have been many feminists who have criticized the discrimination against women. However, there are a few who are pioneers when it comes to gender studies and feminism. These critics are important as they help one understand Feminism in a better way and can be referred to while preparing a paper for feminism.JS MILL: He can be regarded as one of the pioneer MALES who believed in Feminism. Women in the 19th century were supposed to be like unforced labor. Women’s property goes to man, but she has no share when her man dies. She is subjected to men for her lifetime. MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT: She is considered as one of her best works- [...]
The 1962 novel by the Nobel laureate Doris Lessing, THE GOLDEN NOTEBOOK was chosen by TIME Magazine as one of the best 100 English Language Novel since the year 2003. The book has been called Lessing’s “inner space fiction” and consists of various themes that mark it as a post modern text.Basic Plot of THE GOLDEN NOTEBOOK :
The Golden Notebook is the tale of author Anna Wulf, the four journals in which she records her life, and her endeavor to tie them together in a fifth, gold-hued, note pad. The book scatters portions of an apparently sensible story of the lives of Molly and Anna, and their kids, exes [...]
The word “Dalit” may be derived from Sanskrit and means “ground”, “suppressed”, “Crushed” or “broken to pieces”. The word was perhaps first used by Jyotirao Phule in the 19th century, in the context of the oppression faced by the erstwhile “untouchable” castes of the twice-born Hindus.
People often misinterpret Dalit as a caste. It is important to note that Dalit is not a caste but a category. It is a designation for a group of people traditionally regarded as untouchable. They consist of various social groups, castes and [...]