About the Book:
The present critical anthology collects a number of essays, most relevant in context of the mistreatment and misrepresentation of women in the 21st-century. It sheds light on the distortion of femininity in post-modern Indian media, the portrayal of woman as the Other in literature, and the despicable sexualisation of females in modern cultural media. The variety of issues explored in this critical anthology would make some epistemic contributions to the fields of feminism and pro-women-activism, with cautious approaches adopted towards the depreciations of females in different fields.
About the Author:
Dr. Arvind M. Nawale is working as Head of the Department of English in Shivaji Mahavidyalaya, Udgir, Latur (Dist), Maharashtra. He has published 29 books (including co-edited) and a number of research papers/book-chapters in various journals/books of national and international repute.
Dr. Shivani Vashist is working as an Assistant Professor of English at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Katra (Jammu and Kashmir). Apart from Indian Writing in English, her other interests are South Asian literature, fiction of all genres, and women and gender studies.
Dr. Pinaki Roy is at present working as an Assistant Professor at the Post- and Undergraduate Department of English, Malda College, Malda (West Bengal). He has published numerous essays and articles on Indo-Anglian literature, Elizabethan and Bengali theatre, literary modernism, post-colonialism, feminism, and war and Holocaust writings.