Mahadevi Varma

Mahadevi Varma

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The essays collected in this Reader represent some of Mahadevi Varma's most famous writings on the qwoman questionq in India. The collection also includes an introduction to her life, with biographical notes, an analysis of her importance in the field of Hindi letters, as well as a selection of her poems. The editor has included essays that reflect not only Mahadevi's ideas about the place of women in the home and the world during the nationalist period in India, but also articles that reveal her dreams and hopes for the future (and the past) of the Hindi-Urdu language. While many of these essays were written during the 1920s and 1930s when Mahadevi served as editor for the literary journal Chand, some of them appear to have been written much later, after India gained independence. The translators have tried to remain faithful to the Hindi, often keeping the syntax of the Hindi original.The essays collected in this Reader represent some of Mahadevi Varmaa#39;s most famous writings on the aquot;woman questionaquot; in India.

Title:Mahadevi Varma
Author: Mahādevī Varmā
Publisher: - 2010-01

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