THE ECOFEMINIST STYLISTICS IN SARAH JOSEPH’S AALAHAYUDE PENMAKKAL Niyathi. R. Krishna Research Scholar Dept. of Humanities and Social Science IIT Roorkee Sarah Joseph is considered to be one among the most renounced contemporary female
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Aalahayude Penmakkal (Daughters of God the Father) have alerted serious rethinking on woman’s writing and subaltern literature in the literary circles of Kerala. Sarah Joseph was born at Kuriachira in Thrissur in 1946.
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Sarah Joseph‟s first novel Aalahayude Penmakkal was published in 1999, which grabbed prestigious awards like Central Sahitya Akademy award, Kerala Sahithya Academy award and Vayalar Award. She has published Maattathi and Othappu in 2003 and 2005 respectively so as to
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51798 Aalahayude penmakkal Joseph, Sarah MALSocial Novel F A 2012 £13.00 51796 Aazhathilevideyoo Chandran, Abhilash MALShort Stories F A 2012 £11.47 51794 Manju Nair, M. T. Vasudevan MALSocial Novel F A 2012 £11.47
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Sarah Joseph (Aalahayude Penmakkal, Daughters of God the Father, 1999), P. Vatsala`s (Nizhaluragunna Vazhikal, The Paths where shadaow sleep 1975), O. V. Usha (Shahid Naama, 2001) and poet Anita Thampi (Muttamadikkumpol, Sweeping the Courtyard, 2004).
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