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Volume 2 Issue 12

September 2015

Transgression of Boundaries: A Dalit Feminist Insight into Bama’s Sangati
Ms. P. Sunitha, 
Assistant Professor, 
Department of English, 
Christ College, Vizhinjam, 
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
This paper is a study or the analysis of Dalit marginalization, discrimination, isolation and humiliation from common tradition of life especially the tragic condition of Dalit women in Indian society. Dalit literature is about the sufferings of ‘the oppressed class’. Dalit fiction and its literary movement are based on the common ground of social oppression. It is a study of marginal and colonized. Dalit literature is a form of post-colonial literature. The form of Dalit literature covers a wide range of literary genres. It is a literature of whole community but of an individual. Many writers, thinkers, social reformers and political figures gave their contribution to the Dalit literary movement like Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Rettaimalai Srinivasan etc.
Fragmented Humanity; Celebration; Belongingness; Globalization.
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