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Woman in Tagore's Novels: A Critical Study

 
Soniya F. Sapowadia (Author)
Synopsis This book is a critical study of the Indian Woman as Tagore has seen her.  Tagore was not a social reformer in the limited sense of the term but an artist who depicted woman very aesthetically with feminine delicacy.   Here the book shows the Indian women with all her facets and tries to understand Tagore’s concept of woman.  The emphasis is on artistic revealation of women and her all problems, without any tint of activism in feminism.  The toll, “art lies in-concealing art” has been employed even for the cause of woman.  This book is an artistic treatise on and about Woman as it would have been in the eyes of Tagore.  No style of direct preacher or Kathakar is even touched here and yet nothing is left what was to be told about the Tagorian woman.  The book would be of an immense help those who want to study Indian woman without any bias and presumption. 
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About the author

Soniya F. Sapowadia

Dr. Soniya F. Sapowadia did her M.A. in English Literature from Saurashtra University.  She obtained her doctorate from the same university in 2006.  She is a lecturer in English at K.S.N. Kansagara College, Rajkot (Gujrat).  She has been teaching language and literature for the past twelve years.  Her area of interest is Indian literature.   Apart from her brilliant academic career, classical music is her area of great interest.  She learnt Violin and Tabala from Gujrat Sangeet Nrutya – Natya Academy.

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Bibliographic information

Title Woman in Tagore's Novels: A Critical Study
Format Hardcover
Date published: 14.08.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788188730735
length 162p., Figures; 23 cm.