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A notable contribution on Tagore's vision of womanhood This book theorizes the continuous reconfigurations—‘making’ and ‘unmaking’—of female subjectivity in Tagore's life, his times, and his works. This transhistorical approach in the book makes gender formations and discourses of the past relevant and necessary to the understanding of postmodern gender issues and ideologies.

Chapter 7: Re-reading Rabindranath Tagore's ‘Streer Patra’ (The Wife's Letter, 1914) in the Light of Epistolary Culture in Colonial India

Re-reading Rabindranath Tagore's ‘Streer Patra’ (The Wife's Letter, 1914) in the Light of Epistolary Culture in Colonial India
Re-reading rabindranath tagore's ‘streer patra’ (the wife's letter, 1914) in the light of epistolary culture in colonial india
Nandini Bhattacharya ...
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