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The Outcaste: Akkarmashi

Authors (s): Sharankumar Limbale (Author)
Format: Softcover
ISBN-10: 0195694066
ISBN-13: 9780195694062
Pages: xxvi+121p., Glossary; 22cm.
Pub. date: 01.01.2008, 1st ed.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB14451
List price: US $ 30,00
Bagchee price: US $ 27,00
You save: (10.00%)
Member price: US $ 24,30 info

Overview for The Outcaste: Akkarmashi

The Outcast is the emotionally violent and noisy autobiography of a half-caste growing up in the Mahar community, and the anguish he suffers from not belonging fully to it. An acknowledged masterpiece in the Mahar dialect (of Maharashtra), this first-person narrative is the numbing account of the humiliation of a community at the hands of an unthinking privileged class. Sharan, the protagonist, is haunted by the question of his fractured identity, 'Am I an upper caste or an untouchable?' A reflection of the darker side of Indian society, this book is a bitter critique of the lack of compassion that the lower castes have endured for centuries. Silenced for generations of prejudice and oppression, Dalits found expression in a wave of writing which exploded in poetry, fiction and autobiography, providing critical insights on the question of their identity. A true milestone that publicized the Dalit cause, the Marathi original went through four editions. This translation is of the first edition, which eschewed standard Marathi. It will appeal to students and general readers interested in regional Indian literature.

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