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Muffled Voices: Women in Modern Indian Theatre

Lakshmi Subrahmanyam (Author)
Synopsis This collection provides an insight into the image of women in the written and performance texts in post Independence theatre in India. The first section interrogates this image in the written or dramatic text of mainstream male playwrights. The second section articulates the diverse voices of women playwrights . directors and foregrounds the performative elements. It locates them in the context of modern Indian theatre, which is marked by a variety of approaches, multiplicity of forms and different languages.
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About the author

Lakshmi Subrahmanyam

Lakshmi Subrahmanyam teaches history at the Department of History in Calcutta University. She is the author of a monograph entitled Indigenous Capital and Imperial Expansion: Bombay, Surat and the West Coast, New Delhi, 1996, of several article and has edited a collection of essays in honour of Ashin Dasgupta with Rudrangshu Mukherji. Her lastest monograph on Medieval Seafarers is in press.

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Bibliographic information

Title Muffled Voices: Women in Modern Indian Theatre
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8124108706
length 272p., b/w Plates; Illustrations; Index