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Women Have Equal Right to Get Their Voices Heard As Men in the Novel of Kamala Markandaya with Special Reference to Nectar in a Sieve | Original Article

Monika Sharma*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Indian novelists in English have presenting woman as the centre of concern in their novels. A woman’s search for identity is a recurrent theme in their fiction. Kamala Markandaya is one of the finest and most distinguished Indian novelists in English of the post-colonial era who is internationally recognized. She has achieved a world-wide distinction by winning Asian prize for her literary achievement in 1974.