Social Paradigms in Mahasweta Devi’s Rudali
Contemporary research has primarily focused on different strategies of Marginalisation. Marginalization mein ans ‘to make somebody feel as they are not important and cannot influence decisions or conclusions, or to put somebody in a powerless position. Mahaswetha Devi’s Rudali focuses on the two women who flourish in a partnership for survival. The novel represents the struggle of Sanichari suppressed against poverty, humiliation, and demolished by an exploitative patriarchal caste-bases social system. This paper focuses on how the character Sanichari undertakes the different situations to survive in society.
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