Preliminary Remarks on Dalit Poetry

@article{Muthukkaruppan2018PreliminaryRO,
  title={Preliminary Remarks on Dalit Poetry},
  author={Parthasarathi Muthukkaruppan},
  journal={Rethinking Marxism},
  year={2018},
  volume={30},
  pages={61 - 71}
}
Dalit literature originally emerged in the Marathi language as a literary response to the everyday oppressions of caste in mid-twentieth-century independent India, critiquing caste practices by experimenting with various literary forms. Subsequently, Dalit literature emerged as a remarkable phenomenon in various Indian languages. By commenting on a selection of poems from Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam, this essay introduces Dalit poetry against the backdrop of the various historical… 

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