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Social Concerns in Kamala Das's Poetry

   
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Title: Social Concerns in Kamala Das's Poetry
 
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Date: September 17, 1997
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In spite of living in a matriarchal and matrilocal society, she was terrified at the lot of women within the social nexus. Her ?love poems' throw a whirlwind of protest against the androgynous culture. It is this protest that she becomes a feminist, though the poet feels she is more feminine than feminist...
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Her ?love poems' throw a whirlwind of protest against the androgynous culture. It is this protest that she becomes a feminist, though the poet feels she is more feminine than feminist. She does not hate men; she movingly records the sad plight of her self which is also the predicament of thousands of women in phallocentric society...
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