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Sultana's dream ; and, Padmarag : two feminist utopias
"Sultana's Dream and Padmarag" are boldly provocative works, particularly in the context of the era that spawned them. Written in English in 1905, "Sultana's Dream" is a delightful satirical work setExpand
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Foundations of Tilak’s Nationalism: Discrimination, Education and Hindutva
the interpretation of child-centred education. The child as innovator, researcher and designer, in partnership with professional practitioners, is regarded as a legitimate presence in shaping andExpand
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"Because Novels Are True, and Histories are False": Indian Women Writing Fiction in English, 1860-1918
While visiting England in the early 1870s, the prodigiously talented teenage writer Toru Dutt met “Lord L.” – or Lord Lawrence, former viceroy of India. He asked her what book she and her sister AruExpand
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Bengali Folklore and Children'sa Literature
Analyzing Toru Dutt’s Oeuvre Today : How a Transnational Literary-Educational Case from Colonial India Can Enrich Our Conception of Transnational History
Bagchi argues that our conceptualization of the transnational in educational history is enriched by examining the multicentric histories and educational trajectories of Toru Dutt. She analyzes theExpand